Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Rishi Sunak has sacked his most visible UK Interior Minister and foreign secretary Suella Braverman.
The dismissal of Ms. Suella marks the beginning of a massive cabinet reshuffle by PM Rishi as he restructures his top team ahead of Autumn Statement 2023 which will held next week.
The “Autumn Statement” is an update on the government’s economic strategy based on the most recent estimates from the Office Budget of the UK. Now new home secretary or interior minister James Cleverly will deliver the Autumn Statement in the House of Commons on November 22, 2023.
Why did PM Rishi sack Suella Braverman?
Rishi dispelled her from the ministry post after she confronted the Metropolitan Police about racism in protest policies. There are accusations on the sacked minister of rising tension ahead of protests in London.
Suella disregarded Rishi Sunak last week by writing an article criticizing the police’s handling of a pro-Palestinian march last Saturday. Afterward, she received criticism for inflaming tensions and urging right-wing demonstrators to march to London’s streets.
It placed Rishi Sunak under pressure to act. Finally, he replaced Suella with former UK PM David Cameroon as foreign secretary. Before David, former foreign secretary James Cleverly was serving the UK.
As a matter of fact, British PM Rishi did not approve of a newspaper article. In this article, former interior minister Suella raised the issue of a dispute with police over the handling of pro-Palestinian marches this Saturday. Protestors held protest in support of Gaza civilians demanding a humanitarian ceasefire amid the ongoing Israel-Hamas war.
Suella Braverman accused London’s force of ignoring lawbreaking by “pro-Palestinian mobs” last week in the article. Moreover, she referred to protestors demanding a cease-fire in Gaza as “hate marchers.”
After the hateful remarks Suella towards, different UK political parties called out PM Rishi to sack her. Among those parties are Labour, the Liberal Democrats, and Republicans.
Sue Braverman is a British politician and barrister. She was Home Secretary twice, once from 6 September 2022 to 19 October 2022. And again from 25 October 2022 to 13 November 2023.
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