By Milly Vincent For Mailonline
Published: 19:13 BST, 26 May 2019 | Updated: 19:17 BST, 26 May 2019
A mother has humorously attempted to bill Theresa May for the 'unauthorised absence' of her daughter from school, after the primary closed for two days to be used as a polling station.
Kellie Heal, 35, was furious to hear that her 10-year-old daughter Demii's school had been closed on yet another election day, pulling children away from their education.
Weston Junior Academy in Weston Coyney, Stoke-on-Trent, has closed twice in the month of May alone, once to be used as a polling station for the local elections and again on Thursday for the European Elections.
The mum-of-four penned a letter to the Prime Minister billing her for £60 for the 'unauthorised absences' - the same amount billed to parents who remove their children without permission.
35-year-old Kellie Heal has written an email to Theresa May fining her for closing her daughter's school for the local elections and EU elections. Her 10-year-old daughter Demii attended Weston Coyney Junior Academy but following the closures for elections she has decided to home school her daughter
Emailing Theresa May Mrs Heal wrote: 'Dear Theresa May, I am writing regarding the unauthorised absence for my daughter Demii Sophia Elizabeth Heal during term time to use her school as a polling station on 2nd May 2019.
'It is my policy not to authorise any