Home Secretary Braverman has long been the subject of controversy because of his tough stance on refugee policy. Criticism of police actions at a pro-Palestinian protest cost him his office.
Controversial Home Secretary Suella Braverman has been sacked by British Prime Minister Chung. The government has confirmed media reports in this regard. Braverman’s successor, James the previous Secretary of State, would be wise. Former Prime Minister David Cameron is set to take over. The right-wing politician has repeatedly courted controversy – most recently over criticism of the police’s handling of pro-Palestinian protests.
Last week, Braverman accused the police of ignoring “pro-Palestinian gangs”. He described the demonstrations calling for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip as “hateful marches”. Right-wing protesters clashed with police officers in London over the weekend. Critics accused Braverman of inciting anxiety.
Party leadership favorite after possible Tory election defeat
Braverman is seen as a promising candidate for the party leadership if the Conservatives lose next year’s general election. The ruling Conservative Party is far behind the opposition Labor Party.
By criticizing the police and other right-wing populist statements, he sought to position himself as the party’s right-wing candidate, and there was speculation that he might even be deliberately kicked out.
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