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Amber Rudd resignation
Downing Street has confirmed that Amber Rudd is returning to the cabinet.
The Hastings and Rye MP, who resigned as Home Secretary in April after admitting she "inadvertently misled" MPs over the Windrush scandal, is the new Work and Pensions secretary.
She replaces Esther McVey, who resigned yesterday over the draft Brexit agreement.
BBC Live reporter
Hastings and Rye MP Amber Rudd reacts to a report which reveals she was given incorrect information by officials during the Windrush scandal.
She stood down as Home Secretary after admitting she "inadvertently misled" MPs.
Amber Rudd: Home Office 'did not have a grip' on Windrush.
Former Home Secretary Amber Rudd told the Today Programme the department "did not have a grip" on the Windrush Scandal and says they sat on a report published today about the conduct of her civil servants.
Asked if she wants a return to the cabinet, Amber Rudd says she is "not without ambition".
Amber Rudd asks about the work of counter terrorist and emergency services in keeping the UK safe from terrorists.