High-ranking British pol gets the boot for...wanting to enforce immigration law

Amber Rudd, British Home Office secretary for almost two years, turned in her resignation on April 30.  Her letter to the prime minister states that she "inadvertently misled the Members of Parliament."  The real issue was related to her strict policies on treating illegal aliens. The Home Office is the British Cabinet-level government department responsible for overseeing the law enforcement agencies along with immigration and intelligent operations (MI-5, an analog of the CIA).  Current prime minister Theresa May used to be a longest serving Home Office secretary.   After taking office in July 2016, Amber Rudd followed Mrs. May's strong approach to enforcing immigration laws.  Years of neglecting the astronomical influx of migrants had placed tremendous burden on the government's social spending budget and led to increased crime in the country, including the terrorist attacks and "slave-like" labor...(Read Full Post)