LONDON (Reuters) – Britain's interior minister, Amber Rudd, resisted calls to leave on Friday, apologizing for not knowing the use of immigrant removal targets in her department and promising to implement a policy of just and humane immigration.
who had deceived parliament on whether his department had targets for the deportation of immigrants, Rudd said on Twitter: "I was not aware of the specific removal objectives, I accept that it should have been and I regret not having done so."  "As Minister of the Interior, I will work to ensure that our immigration policy is fair and humane."
Rudd said he would make a statement to parliament on Monday "in response to legitimate questions that have arisen over white and illegal migration."
(William James Report, Catherine Evans Edition)