‘Theresa May’ won’t make an official visit to Guadalajar

Theresa May will not make an unofficial visit to the country she was sworn in to as the British prime minister in 2019, a senior government source has told Reuters.

Theresa’s spokesman said: “The Prime Minister is focused on the task at hand.”

In a statement on Thursday, May’s office said the prime minister would not visit Guadalagua and other southern states “due to the current security situation.”

She will instead attend a ministerial meeting in Mexico City and other events, it said.

The Guadalamos have been in a state of emergency since May declared a state emergency following the July 5 attacks that killed at least 52 people in a popular beach resort.More: