Braverman published an article last week on it
He accused the police under his supervision of applying “double standards” in dealing with the demonstrations and targeting participants in the protest movements against Israeli military operations in the Gaza Strip.
The opposition Labor Party said the former minister’s article sparked tension during a pro-Palestinian demonstration in London on Saturday. Braverman also received criticism from the ruling Conservative Party.
The Sun’s political editor is said to have replaced Braverman James Cleverly Minister of Foreign Affairs.
However, Braverman’s dismissal is not an isolated incident for Sun at this time Wider reforms are underway in the government.
David Cameron, the prime minister who resigned in 2016 over the result of the Brexit referendum, was seen walking into Downing Street, where he accepted the position of prime minister, sparking speculation that Cameron might enter government.
On Saturday, about 300,000 people took to the streets alongside the Palestinians. A far-right counter-demonstration was organized against the demonstration, and the participants clashed with the police, who arrested 140 people.
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