SUELLA Braverman is ready to unleash a 'dossier of failure' in stopping illegal Channel crossings.
The sacked former Home Secretary is in possession of explosive evidence uncovering failings in Number 10’s to ‘stop the boats’ policy.
The damning retaliation could be released after Supreme Court judges release their verdict tomorrow at 10am on whether the Rwanda deportation plan is lawful.
Whitehall is braced for the outpouring after Ms Braverman said that she “will have more to say in due course” after her sacking was announced.
Braverman received her marching orders from Rishi Sunak after a series of evocative remarks that led to fury across all ranks of the Tory party.
She revealed in a speech in America that multiculturalism had failed, she suggested homelessness was a “lifestyle choice” and then said cops were “playing favourites” ahead of pro-Palestine rallies at the weekend.
However, the sacking prompted backbencher Dame Andrea Jenkyns sent a letter of no confidence to the chair of the 1922 Committee last night demanding a vote on his leadership.
She said Suella Braverman was the only person “with the balls to speak the truth on the appalling state of our streets” and a “two-tier policing system” leaving the Jewish community in fear of their lives.
Ex-cabinet Minister Jacob Rees-Mogg also said it was a “mistake” to sack Ms Braverman.
He told GB News: “It seems to me that the Prime Minister is not as well attuned to the voters’ concerns as Suella Braverman.”
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The PM blamed “differences of style” with Braverman and suggested the outspoken Cabinet Minister had breached collective responsibility with her unauthorised attack on the Met last week.
Critics blamed her for stoking tensions ahead of last Saturday’s protests which saw thuggery from the far-right and pro-Palestine sides.
The PM’s press secretary pointed to “issues around language” and added: “It is clearly very important that we have a united and strong team at the top of Government.”
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It is the second time Ms Braverman was fired as Home Secretary, having previously been forced out under Liz Truss for a security breach.
But Rishi Sunak told his new-look Cabinet this morning – which included ex-Prime Minister David Cameron – that his new team was “united”.
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