Amber Rudd and Brian Pead
Amber Rudd resigned as Home Secretary on Sunday night after admitting she had “inadvertently misled” Parliament over the existence of deportation targets.
This website asked Brian Pead for his views:
“I am not surprised that Ms Rudd resigned. It’s probably the only honourable thing she did whilst in the post (albeit that she had no other credible option.
I had written to Ms Russ on several occasions about exposing child abuse and my five unlawful and unsafe convictions – she never once replied.
I had also asked her to provide evidence of a RIPA (Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act) warrant against me to show why I and my family have been held under surveillance for over 12 years.
She never produced such a Warrant to me.
I also informed her of my Official Complaint against the government under Article 3 of the ECHR, but still she did nothing.
I see that her brother has tweeted that she was “a great Home Secretary.” Isn’t brotherly love a wonderful thing? He sounds as delusional as she was. What nonsense.
Because politics is so corrupt, I have little doubt that she’ll linger on the back benches for a while, wait for the dust to settle and then reappear like a phoenix from the ashes (of the burnt Windrush generation files) and the gullible British public will have forgotten all about her failures after feasting on a diet of Eastenders and other such nonsense.”