The British Prime Minister Theresa May has appointed Monday Sajid Javid to the post of Minister of the Interior. He replaces Amber Rudd, who resigned Sunday, swept away by the “Windrush” scandal.
The resignation of the British Interior Minister Amber Rudd, to four days of local elections of May 3, falls at the worst time for the Prime Minister. In the wake of the Windrush scandal, all eyes will now turn to balance immigration of Theresa May, the Minister of the Interior between 2010 and 2016.
“Firewall”, “human shield”, the British press uses the same expressions, this Monday, April 30, to deal with the resignation of Amber Rudd. Entangled in the Windrush scandal for two weeks, the Minister of the Interior has “pressed the last nail in his political coffin” by inducing in error, by his own admission, the British members on the issue of the expulsions of immigrants illegal.
While she had supported before a parliamentary commission, last Wednesday, that no target figure has never been fixed within his Ministry, revelations published in the press showed the contrary, this weekend.
According to The Observer, the Sunday edition of the Guardian, her now former Minister herself wrote a letter to Theresa May, in January 2017, in which she evokes a goal “ambitious but achievable” a “10% increase in expulsions over the years to” come”.