Floundering Home Secretary Amber Rudd is in such trouble that she has resorted to pleading ignorance about almost everything to do with her department and its treatment of Windrush citizens – which on its own makes her unfit for her position.
Her own constituency of Hastings and Rye, which she held only after a recount in which enough votes were discovered to put her 346 ahead after the first count had her behind, can hardly be considered unequivocally supportive – and at least one constituent appears to have wanted to send her a very direct message.
As Joe Politics has pointed out, Ms Rudd has a poster on local noticeboards – and one, in humour, deadly seriousness or both, bore an additional message this morning:
The most helpful thing Amber Rudd can now do with the shreds of her career is end it – resign, so she can no longer be used as a human shield by her cowardly boss, and get out of the way so public outrage can be trained on the even worse culprit in the Windrush scandal.
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