The Labour Party increased the pressure on Rishi Sunak for the reappointment of Suella Braverman
Suella had resigned from her post a week ago, she used her personal email address to forward government personal documents as she didn't follow the rules which has to follow by the ministers.
Britain's Labour Party has urged the government to publish a security assessment of the controversial reappointment of Indian-origin Suella Braverman as Britain's Home Secretary, six days after the rules were breached. Local media gave this information. A former Conservative Party chairman claimed he had committed "multiple breaches" of ministerial positions, Sky News reported. Despite this, there was pressure on the new prime minister, Rishi Sunak, to reinstate Braverman as Home Minister. According to the report, he has so far resisted demands to launch an investigation after a sensitive document was shared without permission from a private email with members of a Tory.
Braverman refuses to appear before lawmakers
Both the Labour Party and the Liberal Democrats have raised 'Britain's national security' concerns over the breach of the rules, with the Cabinet Office calling for an investigation. The Labor Party wants ministers' risk assessments of this and other alleged leaks before Sunak's home office to re-install Braverman, and with a proposal to 'polite address' in parliament. Braverman has so far refused to appear before lawmakers to explain the circumstances surrounding him.
Labor Party questions sensitive information and national security
On the other hand, Shadow Home Minister Yvette Cooper said that Rishi Sunak and Suella Braverman could not run away from these questions. This is very serious for him and the reappointment of the Home Minister raises serious doubts about the decision of the Prime Minister. People need to know if they can trust the Home Minister with highly sensitive information and our national security. Rishi Sunak's decision to re-appoint Suella Braverman is very irresponsible. Sky News reported that the Labor Party will ask the Intelligence and Security Committee to answer to get answers, to clarify on the re-appointment of the Home Minister in the British government.
Let us tell you that Suella Braverman used her personal email address to forward sensitive government documents. After this, he had resigned from the post a week earlier. Whose rules have to be followed by ministers, it was broken by Suella Braverman.