London, 14 November 2023 (TDI): British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has officially confirmed that James Cleverley, the Foreign Minister, will be taking over the position previously held by Braverman.

However, in a surprising turn of events, it announced that the new foreign minister would be former Prime Minister David Cameron.

Cleverley expressed gratitude and excitement for being appointed as the Home Secretary in a statement.

He acknowledged the honor of his new role and emphasized the importance of his responsibility to ensure the safety of the people residing in the country. James stated that his primary duty is to safeguard the well-being of individuals within the nation.

Cameron emphasized in a formal declaration that the nation has confronted with a formidable array of global obstacles, particularly due to the ongoing conflicts in Ukraine and the Middle East.

He emphasized the importance of supporting allies, strengthening collaborations, and ensuring our voice has been acknowledged.

Despite my absence from politics for the past seven years, my extensive experience as the Conservative Leader for eleven years and Prime Minister for six will be invaluable in aiding the current Prime Minister in tackling these crucial challenges.

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While, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak sacked interior minister, Suella Braverman, as part of a wider reshuffle after she criticized revealed the police’s handling of a pro-Palestinian march, on Monday.

Under pressure from opposition and Conservative Party members, Sunak requested the resignation of Home Secretary Braverman, which she ultimately agreed to.

However, Braverman drew widespread criticism last week after printing an op-ed in The Times newspaper that ignored guidance from Downing Street and accused London police of political bias in policing protests.

Last month, Paul Bristow, a Conservative frontbencher, was dismissed as a ministerial aide at the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology for advocating a permanent cease-fire in the Gaza Strip in a two-page open letter to Sunak.