Words and deeds
In the Cartoon of the Week, Lorna Miller looks at Theresa May’s rebuke of Jeremy Corbyn in the House of Commons this week for alleged anti-Semitism in the Labour party, and her own track record on racism as Home Secretary and Prime Minister.
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Analysis: From Amber to red - the case for the prime minister now being in the firing line as Tories Windrush crisis deepens
CommonSpace looks at the case for the prime minister now being in the firing line over Windrush, after Rudd’s resignation
AFTER Amber Rudd's demise, Tory critics have said that Rudd’s resignation will not be enough to excuse prime minister Theresa May’s legacy as the architect of the “hostile environment” immigration policy, which is the basis of the Windrush scandal.
Appointed home secretary in 2010, Theresa May oversaw the design of the Tories immigration strategy under David Cameron, before her ascension to 10 Downing Street in 2016.
New minister, same policy: MPs and campaigners demand review of ‘racist’ immigration approach
Rudd’s resignation not the end of the story on immigration policy scandal, opposition parties and anti-racist campaigners say
THE PRESSURE on the UK Government to scrap its ‘hostile environment’ immigration policy has mounted following Amber Rudd’s resignation as home secretary.
Already replaced by Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid, Rudd resigned late on Sunday night after a series of leaked documents contradicted her own statements regarding the Windrush crisis and the existence of deportation targets.