DWP may face seventh head in four years as Rudd threatens resignation

Rudd in office 71 days so far

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Pushed on whether she would rule out resigning, DWP boss Amber Rudd said: "I'm going to wait and see."
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Pushed on whether she would rule out resigning, DWP boss Amber Rudd said: "I'm going to wait and see."

Secretary of state for the Department for Work & Pensions (DWP) Amber Rudd has refused to rule out resigning from her post in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Speaking last night (24 January) on BBC Newsnight, the minister refused to rule out resigning in the event of a no-deal Brexit after the question was twice put to her by presenter Kirsty Wark. F...

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