After the resignations of Dominic Raab and Esther McVey, Theresa May is looking to shore up her top team. Amber Rudd is back in the Cabinet as Secretary of State for the Department for Work and Pensions after 201 days on the backbenches. Brexiteer out, Remainer in…
There have now been 14 work and pensions secretaries since the department was created in 2001, and a whopping six since March 2016.
In September Rudd came out to say a second referendum is preferable to a no deal Brexit. Cabinet could get choppy.
.@AmberRuddHR says a People's Vote is 'absolutely' preferable to No Deal and the actions of Parliament could mean we're headed in that direction #Peston pic.twitter.com/eu073ZkVLQ
— Peston (@itvpeston) September 26, 2018
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