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Theresa May’s Windrush reshuffle will only make her more vulnerable

With a more Leave-inclined minister in Cabinet, and Rudd on the backbenches with other rebels, the Brexit faultline in government is deeper than ever

By Sam Moore  

Sajid Javid has joined the Cabinet—tilting the balance towards Leave. Photo: PA

From 1997-2016, it was said that the Treasury ran the Government. Now, we’re seeing what happens when the Home Office runs Number 10. For better or worse, Home Secretary Theresa May is the Ghost of Christmas Past for former secretary Amber Rudd, and now for her brand-new replacement, Sajid Javid.

The lead-up to Rudd’s resignation illustrates the way May’s work as Home Sec continues to impact her goals and policies as Prime Minister. Although Amber Rudd was…

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