10 August 2017

Artist creates Theresa May in clay for Madame Tussauds waxwork – but will she still be PM when it’s done?

THERESA May looks strong and clay-ble in the early stages of a new waxwork commissioned by Madame Tussauds.

The head, dubbed Theresa Clay by principle sculptor Stephen Mansfield, will take four months to complete raising fears she may not be PM when it’s finished.

PA:Press Association

The sculpture was created from photos after the PM claimed she was too busy to sit for her portrait[/caption]

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Theresa Clay will take four months to complete[/caption]

It took 170 hours of moulding and her image was created from photos after the Tory leader claimed she was too busy to sit for her portrait after the election.

The sculpture comes after the Scottish Conservatives leader opened a rift at the top of the party yesterday by signalling Theresa May’s immigration target should be scrapped.

Ruth Davidson – credited with leading a staggering Conservative revival in Scotland – said the party had to ask if the ‘tens of thousands’ goal was “the right one”.

She said as a “start”, students should be excluded from the target – a position fiercely opposed by Theresa May throughout her time as Home Secretary.

The Sun revealed on Saturday that current Home Secretary and leadership contender Amber Rudd held a secret summit with Ms Davidson in Scotland two weeks ago.

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