Suella Braverman is interior minister again under Rishi Sunak: Prime Minister Rishi Sunak reappointed British legislator Suella Braverman as interior minister on Tuesday, less than a week after she had quit for breaking government regulations.
After breaking email security laws, 42-year-old Braverman resigned a day before former prime minister Liz Truss did. In her resignation letter, Braverman also expressed worries about Truss’s administration’s course.
Braverman, who first elected to the legislature in 2015, seen to on the right flank of the ruling Conservative Party.
She believes that leaving the European Convention on Human Rights is the best way for Britain to address its immigration issues. Suella declares that it was her “dream” to see the takeoff of an aircraft carrying asylum seekers to Rwanda.
She has argued that a reinforced British Bill of Rights should take the place of the ECHR in Britain.
Suella was a fervent proponent of Brexit appointed as a minister in the Department for Exiting the European Union before resigning in opposition to Theresa May’s planned divorce settlement.
She subsequently named Attorney General in 2020 when Boris Johnson took the reins as a leader. However, several attorneys criticized her for her legal analysis of various government actions at the time.