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Theresa May is set to snub the Conservative Party Conference to speak at a literary festival instead.

The Prime Minister will discuss books that shaped her life at Henley on September 30.

It means she is likely to miss the next party conference, which will be held in Manchester from September 28 to October 2.

Mrs May, whose Maidenhead constituency borders Henley, will be the second former Prime Minister who has spoken at Henley Literary Festival, following John Major in 2012.

Harriet Reed-Ryan, the festival’s director, said: “We are thrilled that Theresa May has agreed to come. We knew that she has a great interest in books because of her regular visits to the Bell Bookshop.

“I think the fact...

Theresa May is set to snub the Conservative Party Conference to speak at a literary festival instead.

The Prime Minister will discuss books that shaped her life at Henley on September 30.

It means she is likely to miss the next party conference, which will be held in Manchester from September 28 to October 2.

Mrs May, whose Maidenhead constituency borders Henley, will be the second former Prime Minister who has spoken at Henley Literary Festival, following John Major in 2012.

Harriet Reed-Ryan, the festival’s director, said: “We are thrilled that Theresa May has agreed to come. We knew that she has a great interest in books because of her regular visits to the Bell Bookshop.

“I think the fact...

Theresa May is set to snub the Conservative Party Conference to speak at a literary festival instead.

The Prime Minister will discuss books that shaped her life at Henley on September 30.

It means she is likely to miss the next party conference, which will be held in Manchester from September 28 to October 2.

Mrs May, whose Maidenhead constituency borders Henley, will be the second former Prime Minister who has spoken at Henley Literary Festival, following John Major in 2012.

Harriet Reed-Ryan, the festival’s director, said: “We are thrilled that Theresa May has agreed to come. We knew that she has a great interest in books because of her regular visits to the Bell Bookshop.

“I think the fact...

Theresa May is set to snub the Conservative Party Conference to speak at a literary festival instead.

The Prime Minister will discuss books that shaped her life at Henley on September 30.

It means she is likely to miss the next party conference, which will be held in Manchester from September 28 to October 2.

Mrs May, whose Maidenhead constituency borders Henley, will be the second former Prime Minister who has spoken at Henley Literary Festival, following John Major in 2012.

Harriet Reed-Ryan, the festival’s director, said: “We are thrilled that Theresa May has agreed to come. We knew that she has a great interest in books because of her regular visits to the Bell Bookshop.

“I think the fact...