Richard Lane meets Theresa May | Diabetes UK
Richard Lane, our ambassador, met the Prime Minister Rt.Hon. Theresa May MP at the opening of our new London office to mark World Diabetes Day.
The Prime Minister met with the charity’s staff and volunteers at Wells Lawrence House in Whitechapel, London, and unveiled a plaque to mark the occasion.
Wells Lawrence House is named after the two founders of Diabetes UK, the author HG Wells and his doctor Robert Lawrence.
Diabetes UK Chief Executive Chris Askew and the Prime Minister discussed support for people living with Type 1 diabetes, how to raise awareness of potential complications and what is being done to tackle the rise in number of people living with Type 2 diabetes.
Find out more https://www.diabetes.org.uk/About_us/News/Prime-Minister-opens-new-Diabetes-UK-office-on-World-Diabetes-Day/