Suella Braverman seems to go from hot water to more hot water, it seems.
Suella Braverman is facing fresh allegations that she broke the ministerial code over her failure to formally disclose years of previous work with the Rwandan government.
The home secretary is already facing accusations that she broke the ministerial code after the Sunday Times revealed Ms Braverman asked her staff to help her dodge a speeding fine.
Ms Braverman is facing further pressure after she failed to disclose that she co-founded a charity called the Africa Justice Foundation which worked with several key members of President Paul Kagame’s government who are involved in the UK’s £140m deal to send asylum seekers to Rwanda.
Suella Braverman ‘victim of smear campaign’ as migration battle splits Cabinet, reports The Telegraph.
Attacks on Home Secretary over speeding fine part of ‘concerted effort to discredit her’, fear allies the paper continues.
The Conservative MP, Miriam Cates, teold the paper it is no coincidence that a “concerted effort to discredit her” came after she was “very vocal about the need to put proper limits on legal migration”.
Rishi Sunak is still considering whether to order an investigation into Suella Braverman’s conduct, No 10 has said.
The PM’s official spokesman said he was “still looking at all the requisite information”.
Opposition parties accused him of “dither and delay,” for making no decision on what needs to be done with the under fire Home sec.
In response, Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu tweeted: “There’s no campaign against Suella Braverman by the Civil Service.
“She’s a thoroughly incompetent & morally bankrupt politician who has no business being Home Secretary.
“She breached ministerial code more than once & inflamed/incited hate & bigotry.
“She Is A National Disgrace.”