As the second senior minister to leave the administration in less than a week, Truss is under even greater pressure as she battles to maintain her position just over six weeks after taking office.
Suella Braverman, a British interior minister, resigned on Wednesday after being found in violation of the law, but she also expressed alarm about the direction the administration of prime minister Liz Truss was taking.
As the second senior minister to leave the administration in less than a week, Truss is under even greater pressure as she battles to maintain her position just over six weeks after taking office.
In a letter to Truss that was published on Twitter, Braverman stated, “I have committed a mistake, I accept responsibility, and I quit.”
She said that she had sent a parliamentary colleague an official document through her personal email account, adding that this constituted “a technical violation of the regulations” and that it was therefore “appropriate for me to leave.”
When Truss first took office as prime minister on September 6, she appointed prominent cabinet members who supported her libertarian Conservative Party wing.
But she was obliged to sack her finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng and replace him with Jeremy Hunt after a now-cancelled economic agenda was introduced. Rishi Sunak, Truss’s opponent for the position of leader, got Hunt’s support.
According to The Guardian, Braverman will likely be replaced by Grant Shapps, a former transport minister who also supported Sunak.
Prior to supporting Truss, Braverman, who also competed for party leadership, was a fiercely divisive figure during her brief time in office.
She stated that it was her dream to see an aeroplane departing Britain taking asylum seekers to Rwanda at the party’s annual convention earlier this month.
In the letter to Truss, Braverman stated, It is clear to everyone that we are in a turbulent time.

UK Interior Minister Suella Braverman resigns over a security concern and lambastes the administration

As the second senior minister to leave the administration in less than a week, Truss is under even greater pressure as she battles to maintain her position just over six weeks after taking office.
Suella Braverman, a British interior minister, resigned on Wednesday after being found in violation of the law, but she also expressed alarm about the direction the administration of prime minister Liz Truss was taking.
As the second senior minister to leave the administration in less than a week, Truss is under even greater pressure as she battles to maintain her position just over six weeks after taking office.
In a letter to Truss that was published on Twitter, Braverman stated, “I have committed a mistake, I accept responsibility, and I quit.”
She said that she had sent a parliamentary colleague an official document through her personal email account, adding that this constituted “a technical violation of the regulations” and that it was therefore “appropriate for me to leave.”
When Truss first took office as prime minister on September 6, she appointed prominent cabinet members who supported her libertarian Conservative Party wing.
But she was obliged to sack her finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng and replace him with Jeremy Hunt after a now-cancelled economic agenda was introduced. Rishi Sunak, Truss’s opponent for the position of leader, got Hunt’s support.
According to The Guardian, Braverman will likely be replaced by Grant Shapps, a former transport minister who also supported Sunak.
Prior to supporting Truss, Braverman, who also competed for party leadership, was a fiercely divisive figure during her brief time in office.
She stated that it was her dream to see an aeroplane departing Britain taking asylum seekers to Rwanda at the party’s annual convention earlier this month.
In the letter to Truss, Braverman stated, It is clear to everyone that we are in a turbulent time.

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