JAMES Cleverly is the UK’s new Home Secretary, The Sun understands.
It comes after critics of the ex-Home Secretary blamed violent clashes between pro-Palestinian protestors and far right thugs on her divisive comments about cops.
Ms Braverman sparked outrage late last week after taking to the Times to accuse the police of favouring left wing pro-Palestine and BLM protestors over right wing marches.
Embattled Rishi Sunak will conduct a major reshuffle TODAY as Tory MPs descend into a major civil war.
Over the weekend Ms Braverman came out swinging after growing calls for her to quit.
The Sun now understands James Cleverly has been appointed her replacement.
Cleverly held the role of UK Foreign Secretary since September 2022.
Before taking on his new role, Cleverly was the Education Secretary for three months, from July 2022 until September 2022 under the last days of Boris Johnson.
Before that, he was a Minister of State for Europe and North America in the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) from February to July 2022.
At the same time, he held the role as Minister of State for Europe and North America in the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) from February to July 2022.
Before that, he held the role of chairman of the Conservative party together with Ben Elliot from July 2019 until February 2020 – while also serving the role of Minister without Portfolio.
He also previously served as deputy chairman and as parliamentary under-secretary for Exiting the European Union.
He first became an MP at the 2015 election, having served since 2007 as a member of the London Assembly.
Former PM David Cameron was also seen entering number 10 this morning – sparking speculation that he may take on a new role.
Ahead of the PM’s major reshuffle allies of the ousted Home Secretary fumed.
Many viewed her as their ideological representative on the cabinet table and a force to counter balance more moderate Tory MPs.
The reshuffle comes just three days before the Supreme Court will make a final ruling on whether the Rwanda deportation scheme is legalFormer British Prime Minister David Cameron walks at 10 Downing Street[/caption]