Sunak refuses to sack Braverman as PM has final word in ‘supportive letter’

Suella Braverman will remain Home Secretary, despite opposition parties demanding for an investigation and potentially her dismissal. The news comes after it was revealed on Sunday that she had asked state officials to assist her in avoiding a group speed awareness training. Rishi Sunak stated in a letter to the Home Secretary that his independent … Read more

Braverman urged to resign over speeding row – should she do it?

Suella Braverman, the Home Secretary, is under fire for allegedly asking civil officials to assist her organise a private speed awareness course after being clocked speeding last summer. The Conservative MP for Fareham claimed she was “confident that nothing untoward happened” in the handling of the incident and expressed apologies for exceeding the speed limit. … Read more

JUST IN: Prince Harry LOSES High Court security battle against UK Home Office

In a big setback for the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry has lost his security battle with the Home Office. The Duke of Sussex, 38, was seeking the go-ahead from the High Court to secure a judicial review over a decision that he should not be allowed to pay for his own protective security. The … Read more

Home Office faces legal action over launch of £20k-a-day migrant barge this week

The Home Office is facing legal action over the first migrant barge, which is set to be unveiled this week.  Suella Braverman, the Home Secretary, is set to announce a lease agreement to house asylum seekers at the Bibby Stockholm “floatel” in Portland, Dorset. The 93-metre-long vessel can accommodate up to 506 people and is … Read more

After parks and hotels, migrants to be housed in ferries starting next week

Next week, the UK government is about to implement a plan to wean migrants off of hotels and onto ferries.  Two military bases will also be used, with the first migrants expected to arrive within weeks. Each site will initially house 1,500-2,000 migrants rather than people who are currently staying in hotels. According to the … Read more

UK to ‘quickly start’ deporting asylum seekers to Rwanda this summer

The first asylum seekers could be flown from the UK to Rwanda by the summer, according to the Home Secretary, who stated that “there is every possibility that we can move quickly.” Suella Braverman, speaking in the Rwandan capital Kigali on her first official visit as Home Secretary, also warned that the government could still … Read more