‘You’ve never run a Government department!’ Nick Robinson erupts at Braverman bid

Nick Robinson calls out Suella Braverman over leadership 'experience'

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Attorney General for England and Wales, Suella Braverman discussed the mass resignations of Conservative ministers from the British Government with journalist Nick Robinson. Ms Braverman revealed her planned bid to become the next British Prime Minister. Mr Robinson mocked her plans to become the next leader of the Conservative party and stated that she had never run a Government department. Due to the mass exodus of Conservative ministers from Government, and Boris Johnson’s ousting as Prime Minister, many Conservative ministers have been announcing their aspirations to take his place.

Mr Robinson said: “And you said that you want to be the next leader of the Conservative party.

“Which would mean to state the obvious that you would be the next Prime Minister, you’ve never run a Government department it’s quite something to say.

“Make me Prime Minister during a major European war, and during an economic crisis.”

Ms Braverman told Radio 4s Today programme: “Well I have run a Government department, I run the Attorney General’s Office.

“And in my role, I superintend the Crown Prosecution Service a key agency of law enforcement that employs thousands of people and has very wide-ranging responsibilities.”

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