A pigeon flies ahead of British Prime Minister Theresa May as she arrives for an event in London, April 23, 2018. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls/File Photo
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Rudd is due to address parliament Monday after giving contradictory statements about whether the government has immigration removal targets.In a separate letter, the shadow interior minister Diane Abbott has called for a full inquiry into whether the interior minister misled parliament and breached the ministerial code.May's office said there is no need for an investigation because ministerial code only requires a resignation if a minister knowingly misleads parliament -- a charge the interior minister denies.
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