British interior minister Rudd resigns after immigration scandal
30 April 2018 | 9:37 am
Britain's interior minister has resigned after Prime Minister Theresa May's government faced criticism for its treatment of some long-term Caribbean residents who were wrongly labelled illegal immigrants, a government official said.
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