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Suela Braverman said Britain was a ‘co-disaster’ in a speech aimed at cementing her position as a bannerman for the right-wing Conservative Party as rival Kemi Badenok struggled to prove herself. warned that it was at risk of
Both ministers are seen as front-runners to become the next Conservative leader if Rishi Suak is forced to resign after the general election.
In his keynote speech at the National Conservative Congress on Monday, the interior minister denounced “a blind push for multiculturalism” linked to identity-focused politics.
She argued that “no immigrants would be accepted without integration” and also demanded a reduction in the number of people allowed into the UK, calling it hypocritical for her, the child of immigrants, to push for immigration cuts. Denied.
Meanwhile, Commerce and Trade Secretary Badenoch is battling allegations from some Brexit supporters that he has abandoned a promise to remove as much EU law from legislation as possible.
She invited parliamentarians to a question-and-answer session on the Remaining EU bill to “refute the allegation that there was a U-turn on Brexit.” I understand.
The prime minister is also looking to strengthen his position, hosting a garden party at 10 Downing Street last night with Conservative Backventures.
Braverman’s allies believe she’s more likely to win support from the right-wing Conservative Party than Badenoch, but Commerce Secretary denies any suggestion she’s backing Brexit are doing.
The Home Secretary told the National Conservative Congress in Westminster that her conservative philosophy was instilled in her by her parents. “Our politics, like my parents’, is one of optimism: pride, national unity, aspirations and realism,” she said. “The left is politics of pessimism, guilt, division, resentment and utopia.”
Mr Braverman said people who come to Britain “must not commit crimes”, “need to learn English and understand British social norms” and “just show up and say ‘I live here now’. So you can’t say, ‘Take care of me,'” he said. ”.
Her parents “embraced British values,” she said, adding that “a mindless push towards multiculturalism, an end in itself, combined with identity politics, is a recipe for communal disaster. There can be no immigration without integration. And nothing unites people without the confidence to promote their culture, defend their values, and respect their past. ”
While preventing “illegal immigration” in the English Channel is a priority for the government, Braverman said, “We must not forget the importance of controlling legal immigration,” adding that HGV drivers , said he hoped the butcher and fruit picking jobs would eventually be replenished. by the British.
A preview of her speech was seen as a warning to cabinet colleagues against loosening immigration restrictions aimed at boosting economic growth.
But government officials claimed Braverman’s speech had been approved by the prime minister.
Cabinet sources also tried to downplay their disagreements with other ministers after the incident. I Prime Minister Jeremy Hunt and Education Secretary Gillian Keegan have reportedly succeeded in watering down an attempt to crack down on student visas.
A Treasury official said: “Jeremy has said many times that we need to move to a highly skilled, high-wage economy that no longer relies on unlimited cheap labor. The focus was on getting people back to work.”
An educator, meanwhile, highlighted government programs such as skill boot camps to train HGV drivers in the country, claiming they were “doing very well.”
Labour’s Deputy Leader Angela Reiner said: “Today the true face of the modern Conservative Party is revealed. Instead of focusing on it, it chose to hold a carnival of conspiracy theories and self-pity.
“The Conservative Party in its guise has nothing to offer the country but more failures, more excuses and a more divisive politics. Until Rishi Sunak finds the backbone to stand up to the party’s weirdos. I will always be hostile to those who paint dark, defeatist visions of our country’s future.”