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UK illegal migration bill ‘cruel and unworkable’, London Mayor tells Home Secretary Suella Braverman

London, June 06, 2022 A.Gary Singh

More than 50,000 people will be at risk of homelessness in London as a result of the Government’s Illegal Migration Bill, Sadiq Khan has claimed.

In a letter to Home Secretary Suella Braverman, the Mayor of London said the bill was “cruel and unworkable” and that it would leave tens of thousands of people stranded in the capital without support.

The Government has said the bill “will change the law so that those who arrive in the UK illegally will not be able to stay here and will instead be detained and then promptly removed, either to their home country or a safe third country”.

But Mr Khan said he was concerned the proposed law changes “would do significant damage to vulnerable people seeking sanctuary and put already-stretched services in London on crisis footing”......Read More



NRI Suella Braverman's Language Around Refugees Is 'Horrific', Top Met Officer Says

London, Dec.01, 2022 A.Gary Singh

Suella Braverman has been criticised for her rhetoric around migrants

Suella Braverman’s comments about deporting immigrants to Rwanda are “horrific”, according to the assistant commissioner for the Met Police.

Neil Basu, the UK’s former head of counter terrorism, hit out at the home secretary’s language around refugees arriving on UK shores on Tuesday. He was referring to Braverman’s claim that it was her “dream” to send refugees to Rwanda, a remark she made during the Conservative Party conference in October.

The controversial policy yet to get off the ground involves sending asylum seekers the government deems “illegal” to the east African country......Read More



NRI Suella Braverman Re-appointed Home Secretary by
Rishi Sunak less than week after resignation

London, Oct 25, 2022 A.Gary Singh

SUELLA Braverman is back as Home Secretary, only days after she dramatically quit Liz Truss’s Government after being accused of breaching the ministerial code.

Downing Street on Tuesday confirmed that Braverman, who caused controversy with a string of provocative comments during her previous six-week stint in the role, will return as Home Secretary in Rishi Sunak’s Government.

Braverman originally left the role last week after she said she had made a “technical infringement” of the rules by sending an official document from a personal email and was now taking responsibility.



UK Prime Minister Liz Truss Names
NRI Suella Braverman as Home Secretary

London, Sep 07, 2022

Britain’s new Prime Minister Liz Truss hit the ground running at Downing Street here on Tuesday, September 6, by announcing some of the senior-most cabinet posts, including NRI Suella Braverman as her home secretary.

A former rival who stood against Truss in the Conservative Party leadership election before being knocked out, Braverman had later backed her over former chancellor Rishi Sunak in the final leg of the contest.

The 42-year-old Suella Braverman, barrister and former attorney general of Goan and Tamil heritage has now been rewarded with one of the high offices of the UK government,


NRI Suella Braverman MP sworn in UK’s attorney-general

London, Feb 26, 2020

Suella Braverman MP, Goa-origin,  has been sworn in as attorney general for England and Wales, promising to restore confidence in the criminal justice system and thanking her predecessor for his ‘distinguished service’.

Braverman added: ‘It is a privilege to be sworn in as attorney general and a moment I will cherish as the second woman to be appointed to this historic role. Restoring confidence in the criminal justice system is my top priority. I want to thank my predecessor for his work in this area and his distinguished service to government.’


NRI, Suella Braverman MP, 2019


London, Dec 17, 2019

I live in Titchfield Common and it has been an honour representing the people of Fareham since 2015, being re-elected in 2017 with an increased vote share. Me and my husband, Rael, have made Fareham our home and we have recently welcomed our first child, George, to the family. 

My parents came to this country with very little in the 1960s, from Kenya and Mauritius. Mum was recruited by the NHS as a girl of 18years old and worked as a nurse for 45years and Dad worked for a housing association. My family were proud to serve their local community in Wembley, North West London, through local politics: Mum was a Councillor for 16years and Dad a campaigner for local people. No problem was too small: whether it was trying to save the local library, or keep the local playing fields open or help a resident get a better home.

I was born in Harrow and grew up in Wembley. After attending a local state school, my parents decided to send me to a local independent school  where I won a scholarship to help with school fees. From there, I gained a place to read Law at Cambridge University, a Masters at the Sorbonne in Paris and sat the New York Bar exams, qualifying as an Attorney. This gave me an insight into the social and legal frameworks of Europe and the USA.

Since being elected, I have sat on the Education Select Committee, I was Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Treasury, and also resigned from my post as Brexit Secretary in November 2018 over the terms of the Brexit deal.

I’m a Conservative because we are the party that says it doesn’t matter where you start. You can make your life and that of others better by taking responsibility, self-empowerment and service. Aspiration, to me, means: rewarding endeavour, enabling compassion and liberating people from the shackles of the state. 





Suella Braverman

ue-Ellen Cassiana "Suella" Braverman

  • a British politician serving as Attorney General for England and Wales and Advocate General for Northern Ireland since February 2020
  •  Member of Parliament (MP) for Fareham since 2015.
  •  Member of the Conservative Party, she chaired the European Research Group (ERG) from 19 June 2017 to 9 January 2018.