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

BBC Live: Furious Sunak gives eight-word response to question about Braverman speeding claims

When asked about Suella Braverman’s parking fine controversy during a G7 summit, Rishi Sunak responded in eight words.  The BBC’s political editor Chris Mason asked the Prime Minister about reports Home Secretary Suella Braverman sought advice from civil servants about arranging a private speed awareness course. Sunak responded: “Did you have a question about the … Read more

Landlords to be exempt from housing regulations to move asylum seekers from hotels

Suella Braverman and Michael Gove’s plans to strip asylum seekers of basic housing protections are said to be going before MPs. According to a report, landlords would be immune from standards governing electrical safety and minimum room sizes under new rules meant to drive tens of thousands out of hotels and into the private rental … Read more

Braverman says white people should not feel guilty over historical role in slavery

Suella Braverman insisted in the war on woke that white people should not feel collective guilt for their historical role in slavery. In a fiery address, the Home Secretary slammed political correctness, claiming that the white people “does not exist in a special state of sin” and that no one should be held accountable for … Read more

Braverman admits illegal immigration has worsened prostitution and drug trade in UK

The Conservative Party’s Home Secretary, Suella Braverman, has said that illegal immigrants are fueling criminality in the country. The senior official made the remark during a discussion in the House of Commons on the government’s Illegal Migration Bill, the latest effort by the Sunak administration to end the ongoing migrant issue on the English Channel. … Read more

Braverman officially declares boat migration crisis a ‘National Emergency’

The Small Boats Crisis will be declared a ‘national emergency’ by the Home Secretary. The decision comes in response to a High Court case filed on Wednesday that seeks to prevent the government’s plans to lodge asylum seekers on a former RAF facility in Essex. The Braintree Council will seek an injunction to stop 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

UK’s Most Powerful Politicians Now Come From South Asian Heritage

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Politicians of South Asian heritage appear to be having a moment in the British Isles, with politicians claiming Indian and Pakistani ancestry holding several of the islands’ most powerful political offices. On Monday, Humza Yousaf was elected leader of Scotland’s ruling left-separatist Scottish National Party (SNP), and he will be sworn in as First Minister … Read more

Braverman considers migrants to be deported to Rwanda truly ‘blessed’

The Home Secretary of the United Kingdom has said that boat migrants who may be deported and resettled in Rwanda should consider the arrangements a “blessing,” infuriating anti-borders activists and politicians. Suella Braverman lauded the benefits of the long-running UK-Rwanda Migration and Economic Development Partnership after a visit to the African country, which has agreed … 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