Suella Braverman

Eleven candidates have so far declared that they want to replace Boris Johnson in No.10.
"Frankly, I don’t know where she gets the brass neck," the Labour frontbencher exclusively told HuffPost.
Attorney general throws hat into the ring in unconventional fashion.
Suella Braverman attacked her opposite number by claiming her heroes were "Lenin and Corbyn".
An economist who shared the panel with Suella Braverman received a round of applause for her scathing assessment.
Suella Braverman claimed the government has "a track record which I'm proud of" when it comes to welcoming refugees.
The PM's press secretary Allegra Stratton also suggested cabinet reshuffle would see more women promoted.
Decision could mean Boris Johnson faces more pressure to appoint women to his top team.
With the Brexit legislation row defused, will the PM focus more on the virus?