Amber Rubb , MP of Hastings and Rye & Home Secretary.
She said " I wans't aware of specific removal targets. I accept I should have been and I'm sorry that I wasn'et. I didn't see the leaked document, although it was copied to my office as many documents are."
There was hypothesis that Ms Rudd, who is currently battling for her political life, was on the precarious edge of acquiescence after she took almost eight hours to react to a Guardian provide details regarding the spilled report.
When she responded, in four profoundly cautious tweets, she apologized by and by for the Windrush embarrassment and said she ought to have been thought about the objectives.
4/4 As Home Secretary I will work to ensure that our immigration policy is fair and humane.
— Amber Rudd MP (@AmberRuddHR) April 27, 2018