Amber Rudd resigned as Home Secretary on Sunday night after admitting she had “inadvertently misled” Parliament over the existence of deportation targets.
This website asked Brian Pead for his views:
“I am not surprised that Ms Rudd resigned. It’s probably the only honourable thing she did whilst in the post (albeit that she had no other credible option.
I had written to Ms Russ on several occasions about exposing child abuse and my five unlawful and unsafe convictions – she never once replied.
I had also asked her to provide evidence of a RIPA (Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act) warrant against me to show why I and my family have been held under surveillance for over 12 years.
She never produced such a Warrant to me.
I also informed her of my Official Complaint against the government under Article 3 of the ECHR, but still she did nothing.
I see that her brother has tweeted that she was “a great Home Secretary.” Isn’t brotherly love a wonderful thing? He sounds as delusional as she was. What nonsense.
Because politics is so corrupt, I have little doubt that she’ll linger on the back benches for a while, wait for the dust to settle and then reappear like a phoenix from the ashes (of the burnt Windrush generation files) and the gullible British public will have forgotten all about her failures after feasting on a diet of Eastenders and other such nonsense.”