Suella Braverman had accused the London Police of adopting a very lenient attitude towards pro-Palestine protesters. People say that his statement encouraged right-wing protesters to take to the streets of London.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has dismissed Home Minister Suella, who is often in the news for her controversial statements. Braverman had recently made a sensational accusation in one of his articles on the London Police of being pro-Palestine, which created a huge controversy. Since then, the pressure on PM Sunak to remove him had increased. Apart from this, Sunak has appointed former Prime Minister David Cameron as Foreign Minister in his cabinet.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, while reshuffled his cabinet on Monday, removed Indian-origin Home Minister Suella Braverman from the post. Braverman came into controversy after she wrote an unauthorized article criticizing the policing of recent pro-Palestinian protests in Britain, the BBC reported. He accused the London police of being pro-Palestine.
In fact, last week on Saturday, a huge demonstration was organized in London in support of Palestine, in which Suella was angry with the way thousands of people had gathered. In one of his articles, he had targeted Rishi Sunak by questioning the London Police’s methods of suppressing pro-Palestine protests. He had accused the London Police of adopting a very lenient attitude towards the pro-Palestine protesters.
Political analysts say that it was because of his article that right-wing protesters were encouraged to take to the streets of London. Seeing the increasing protests on the streets of London, pressure was increasing on PM Rishi Sunak to take action against Suella. In this series, today in the cabinet reshuffle, it was announced that Suella would be dismissed.
Apart from this, taking another shocking decision in today’s cabinet reshuffle, PM Rishi Sunak has appointed former Prime Minister of the country David Cameron as the new Foreign Minister of the country. Let us tell you here that Cameron had to lose power in the Brexit dispute. Expressing his gratitude to Sunak for being made the Foreign Minister, Cameron has talked about taking forward the foreign policy by keeping the interest of the country at the forefront amidst the current global turmoil.