British minister Amber Rudd said on Monday she did not believe Theresa May's premiership was dead after the prime minister pulled a parliamentary vote on Brexit for fear of losing it. Credit: Reuters - Published
Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd has said she fully supports the prime minister after her decision to call off a crunch Commons vote on the Brexit deal. She told reporters not to be a "pessimist"..
Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd says Prime Minister Theresa May has her full support in the upcoming Brexit vote and rules out making any leadership bid. Report by Andersons. Like us on Facebook..
One hundred years ago today, the Qualification of Women's Act meant that women could become MPs for the first time. Just a month later, 17 pioneering women stood for election. MPs, including Work and..
Jacob Rees-Mogg today urges fellow Conservatives to back a ‘unity’ leadership team of Boris Johnson and Amber Rudd if Theresa May is toppled as Britain's leader during the crisis over her Brexit.. Credit: MailOnline - Published
HASTINGS and Rye MP Amber Rudd warned Tories not to oust Theresa May if her Brexit plan is rejected by MPs and suggested a Norway-style arrangement was a plausible alternative to the Prime Minister's.. Credit: The Argus - Published
The Secretary for Work and Pensions urged her party to remain loyal to Mrs May should the controversial exit package be voted down, saying there was 'no question' of the PM quitting. Credit: MailOnline - Published
Britain's work and pensions minister Amber Rudd said Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal was the best option and the only plan available for leaving the European Union, although she admitted a.. Credit: Reuters - Published
Tony Blair believes Theresa May should scrap next week’s vote on her Brexit deal as she is about to hit a “brick wall at speed”.
The former Prime Minister told journalists on Thursday.. Credit: City A.M. - Published
Quizzed on who her feminist role models are, the Hastings and Rye MP asked if she could choose the fictional characters of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Katniss Everdeen from the Hunger Games. Credit: MailOnline - Published
The Reverend Jeremy Putnam wrote a hard-hitting letter to Amber Rudd, MP, secretary of state for work and pensions accused the United Nations of launching a political attack on the British Government.. Credit: The Cornishman - Published