A FORMER UK Prime Minister will host a talk on abuses of power and guests will be invited to quiz her.

Theresa May, who led the country for three years, will also give behind-the-scenes insight into Downing Street during the 2018 Salisbury poisoning.

Following the Novichok poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, Theresa May visited Salisbury to express solidarity with the community, meet with emergency responders, and to condemn the attack.

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She returned several times in the following months, offering support and marking significant milestones, such as the memorial service for Dawn Sturgess.

Her talk will focus on unravelling a series of issues in which the abuse of power led to devastating results and will be followed by a question and answer session.

Salisbury Journal: Former Prime Minister Theresa May.Former Prime Minister Theresa May. (Image: Arundells)

Guests are invited to 'an audience with Theresa May' which will be held at Salisbury Guildhall from 7pm on Monday, March 11.

Tickets, which include a glass of wine, cost £25 and are available from arundells.org/events or by phone.

Edward Bickham, Trustee of The Edward Heath Charitable Foundation, said: "Theresa May's dedication to public service, unwavering patriotism, and integrity have been an inspiration to many.

"It's a privilege to welcome her back to Salisbury."

The foundation was established in 2006 to fulfil Sir Edward's wish to have his house, garden and art collection retained and made available for members of the public to visit.