Amber Rudd resigns


The Work and Pensions Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities Amber Rudd has sensationally quit both as a cabinet minister and as a Conservative. This is how she showed her opposition to the current PM Boris Johnson and protested against his policy towards cutting ties between the UK and the European Union. Since the UK voted to leave the European Union, and David Cameron resigned, five Equalities Ministers have been either sacked or resigned, Ms. Rudd made history doing it twice. In a video statement that she recorded for the Sunday Times website, the Hastings and Rye MP said that to her mind the deal with the EU is unprepared and it surprises her in a negative way. “I knew and I accepted that the prime minister should be able to leave no-deal on the table, but what I had expected to see was a huge government-centred effort to get a deal, and at the moment there is a lot of work going on to no-deal and not enough going into getting a deal,” she went on, “On top of that I’ve seen 21 of my colleagues, good, strong conservative MPs with true moderate, progressive values, excluded from the party, indicating that the Conservative Party that is such a force for good in this country no long”


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