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Brexit: Amber Rudd, UK work and pensions secretary resigns from Cabinet

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Brexit: Amber Rudd, UK work and pensions secretary resigns from CabinetAmber Rudd, the UK work and pensions secretary, has resigned citing her disagreement over a possible no-deal Brexit as the reason why she chose to leave Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government. ......
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Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd has given up the Conservative whip and quit UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's cabinet. Business Insider reports Rudd resigned after Johnson sacked 21 rebellious Conservative MPs this week. In her resignation letter, Rudd blasted the firings as a "short sighted...

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