Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May walks out of 10 Downing Street to greet the President of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev, in London, Britain, April 26, 2018. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May faced the headache of another cabinet reshuffle on Monday after interior minister Amber Rudd quit having "inadvertently misled" lawmakers about deportation targets for illegal immigrants.Rudd was the fifth person to quit the Cabinet since the June 2017 snap general election, called by May but which cost her center-right Conservative Party its majority in parliament.Besides May, Rudd was the only other woman in the four top jobs in government -- Downing Street, the Treasury, the Foreign Office and the Home Office.Outrage over the plight of Windrush migrants -- some of whom lost jobs and fell into debt as they struggled to prove their status -- led to a personal apology from May to Caribbean leaders earlier this month.In her resignation letter, Rudd admitted that sometimes people with a legal right to be in Britain had not been treated "fairly and humanely".
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