Sajid Javid named Britain's new Home Secretary as Amber Rudd resigns
- Author: Sonia Alvarado May 04, 2018,
May 04, 2018, 9:44
Leader Jeremy Corbyn said Rudd had been the "human shield" for May, who "now has questions to answer".
During a local election campaign visit to Greater Manchester, Mrs May said: "When I was home secretary, yes, there were targets in terms of removing people from the country who were here illegally".
The 48-year-old former investment banker became the first home secretary from an ethnic minority. "I think that'll help him deal with what's a hard and challenging brief for the Home Office".
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David Lammy, a Labour MP and prominent campaigner throughout the Windrush scandal, tweeted: "Amber Rudd resigned because she didn't know what was going on in her own department and she had clearly lost the confidence of her own civil servants". She tendered her resignation after documents emerged showing there were such goals.
They successfully used them previously to force the publication of the Government's 58 Brexit impact papers.
A South Asian will head Britain's Home Office for the first time as the government sought to contain an escalating crisis over its treatment of Commonwealth citizens and its tough immigration regime more widely.
From 1997-2016, it was said that the Treasury ran the Government.
Politically neat, generally welcomed by colleagues - In the recent canon of Tory events the relatively smooth landing of this appointment is an achievement in itself. In a gracious message, Miss Rudd congratulated her successor on an "outstanding debut" in his new job.
Javid's appointment happened just hours after Rudd was forced to resign after she admitted in a letter to May that she had "inadvertently misled" a parliamentary committee last Wednesday by denying the government had targets for the deportation of illegal migrants.
It comes amid an ongoing controversy sparked by the newspaper's earlier reporting that some people who migrated to the United Kingdom from Britain's Caribbean colonies immediately after World War II had been denied medical care or threatened with deportation. Yesterday he ducked opportunities to publicly endorse her target to slash the net figure to below 100,000 a year.