Cries from the British attorney general shook the walls of London’s 10 Downing Street as Boris Johnson called for his resignation.
The dark skin and distinctly stern vital veins of African roots pave the way for the first black British prime minister after “Suella Braverman” stepped forward to replace him after Johnson demanded his resignation.
After tightening the noose around “Johnson” with a series of resignations that have hit his government, Suella Braverman, the attorney general for England and Wales, came to deal him a knockout blow on Wednesday.
Ms Suilla’s stock has been rising for some time, especially in the pages of newspapers, in light of her persistent and fierce criticism of some politicians who oppose British rule, including the monarchy.
Suwaila’s roots go back to a mother from Kenya and a father from Mauritius; They moved to the United Kingdom in the sixties of the last century, and the whole family loved everything British.
In an interview with The Telegraph published on 17 June, Suella Braverman said: “I am proud of the British Empire… my father’s experience taught me.”
He continued: “They were born under the British Empire in the 1940s and they have nothing but good things to say to me about their own country… Britain gave them opportunity and protection when they were young.”
Like Britain’s Margaret Thatcher, Braverman achieved highly distinguished positions within the Conservative Party, retaining his studies at Queen’s College, otherwise known as the “Great College”.
Lawyer Suella Braverman was born on 3 April 1980, which means she is currently 42 years old, and has become the Attorney General of England and Wales and the Solicitor General of Northern Ireland since February 2020.
Braverman has also been the Member of Parliament for Fareham since 2015. As a Conservative member, he chaired the European Research Group (ERG) from 19 July 2017 to 9 January 2018.
During a ministerial reshuffle on 13 February 2020, Braverman was appointed Attorney General for England and Wales and Public Prosecutor for Northern Ireland, succeeding Geoffrey Cox, who was sacked from the government.
Soila Braverman is the second female Attorney General, and the first woman to hold the position from the Conservative Party.
Prior to Johnson’s appointment to Zoila in 2020, he was Parliamentary Under-Secretary-General for Exiting the European Union from January to November 2018.
Braverman has extensive parliamentary experience, notably after being elected as the Conservative MP for Fareham in May 2015.
He is currently Principal Legal Adviser to Queen Elizabeth II and has a number of independent public interest activities. According to the British government website, Suilla is the Solicitor General for Northern Ireland and Scotland.
Suilla Braverman fights
Britain’s attorney general has fought many battles, most notably his harsh criticism of the left and the collective guilt that permeated British society beginning under former prime minister Tony Blair.
Chula believes that left-wing politicians should decolonize the UK curriculum and eradicate the culture adopted in Kenya and even Mauritius.
However, his statement was not well received by left-wing politicians who criticized the celebration of the British Empire.
In view of this, British Attorney General Suella Braverman is accused of meddling in the country’s political affairs and if she has the right to advise the UK.. What are her days?
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