08:51AM, Thursday 15 March 2012
Almost two years ago Theresa May was ushered into 10 Downing Street and became only the second woman in British history to take the role of Home Secretary.
Since then she has dealt with a crisis within the Border Agency, the start of massive reforms in policing and has just jetted back from talks in Jordan over the deportation of radical Islamist cleric Abu Qatada.
Advertiser reporter Laura Enfield sat down to find out how she is coping with the high pressure role and juggling it with being MP for Maidenhead and Twyford. Watch the video interview below.
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