Due to data breaches, Liz Truss, a former British prime minister, withdrew Suella Braverman from her position as Home Secretary.

Wednesday, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak defended his selection of Suella Braverman to serve as the country's new home secretary.

who was fired last week due to data breaches by former prime minister Liz Truss.

The home secretary erred in judgement, but she acknowledged it and accepted responsibility for it.

In his first formal appearance as the Prime Minister in the British Parliament, Sunak was quoted by The Guardian as saying during a Prime Minister Questions (PMQs) response.

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said that Sunak appointed a home secretary during PMQs.

who, a week earlier, was fired by his predecessor for purposefully sending confidential Home Office documents from her personal account around.

The Conservative leader Braverman, 42, made news earlier this month for her remarks on Indian immigrants.

Braverman stated in an interview with The Spectator that she believed that a trade agreement with India would lead to an increase in immigration to the UK.

In an interview with The Telegraph published earlier in June, Braverman expressed her "proudness of the British Empire."

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