Articles about Amber Rudd
30 Apr 2018World
Britain's Home Secretary Amber Rudd has resigned as pressure mounted on her to quit cabinet post over the way the authorities treated some long-term Caribbean immigrants who have wrongly been labeled illegal immigrants.
12 Mar 2018World
British Prime Minister Theresa May will chair a meeting of her national security team on Monday after weekend confirmation that traces of a nerve agent used in the attempted murder of a Russian former double agent were found in a pub and a restaurant he visited.
10 Jun 2017World
Following British PM Theresa May's decision to form the government with the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), official sources from her office has indicated that she would retain top ministers including Amber Rudd, Interior minister and Boris Johnson, Foreign Secretary.
19 May 2017World
US President Donald Trump said there would be an investigation into the "deeply troubling" leaks to the US media about the Manchester bombing.
25 May 2017World
The BBC has reported that British police have stopped sharing information on the Manchester Arena bombing investigation with the US, following leaks to the media.
23 May 2017World
At least 22 people, including children, were killed and another 59 injured in a suspected terrorist attack at Manchester Arena.
19 Apr 2017India
Following his arrest on Tuesday morning, an English Court proceeded to grant bail to Indian liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya, albeit on strict conditions.
28 Mar 2017World
Though Khalid Masood's attack on the UK parliament echoed Islamic State methodology, British police denied any association between him to either IS or al-Qaeda.
24 Mar 2017World
On Thursday, London Police named British-born Khalid Masood as the perpetrator of the Parliament attack.
22 Mar 2017World
The Houses of Parliament and Palace of Westminster are on lockdown after shots were fired outside the Parliament.
06 Oct 2016World
Today, the UK announced plans to stem immigration through the "work and study routes" from non-EU nations.