Suella Braverman sacked twice from UK Cabinet in just over a year: Controversial Indian-origin minister
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has fired Home Secretary Suella Braverman after a history of controversy and confrontation.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has removed Suella Braverman from her position as home secretary after facing criticism for her controversial remarks and actions. Braverman has been embroiled in legal disputes over her policy to deport illegal migrants to Rwanda and has recently clashed with the Metropolitan Police. Her departure from the Cabinet was expected given her history of stirring controversy.
Her exit from the home secretary role marks the second time she has been removed from the position in just over a year. Braverman's contentious statements, including labeling the Met Police as biased, led to her dismissal by Sunak. Her departure has once again highlighted the divisions within the Conservative Party.
Braverman, a Conservative Party member of Parliament for Fareham, is known for her pro-Brexit stance and has been a vocal advocate for a clear break from Europe. Her background as the daughter of migrants has influenced her approach to politics. Despite her strong conservative views, she has faced criticism for her controversial actions and statements.
Her removal from the Cabinet has sparked speculation about her future political ambitions, with some suggesting that she may be positioning herself for a leadership bid in the event of an upcoming general election. Her dramatic sacking has brought attention to the ongoing power struggles within the UK government and the Conservative Party.
Braverman's personal life, including her marriage and her maternity leave, has also been the subject of public interest. As a Buddhist, she has been vocal about her faith and its influence on her political beliefs. Her departure from the Cabinet has once again put her in the spotlight and raised questions about her future in British politics.