Prime Minister Theresa may have appointed a new Minister of Internal Affairs. He was an former top manager of Deutsche Bank, who worked in the government

Sajid Javid, who was previously responsible in the government for issues of local self-government. As reported by Sky, a descendant of immigrants from Pakistan, he became the first head of the Ministry of Interior.

To work in the government Javid has worked at Chase Manhattan Bank in new York, and in 2004 became managing Director of Deutsche Bank. He is left in 2009, earning about £ 3 million a year.

Sky notes that the decision to appoint Javid can be clarified by the desire of the mayor to the interior of the interior ministry of a man who previously had nothing to do with this office and can not be involved in the scandal that embroiled his predecessor, amber Rudd. At the end of April, it set targets for migrants, whom authorities have expelled from the country. After the story became public, Rudd was forced to resign.

The scandal got the name Windrush. So in the United Kingdom, as the generation of immigrants from Africa and the Caribbean, of which London was invited to the country after the end of the world war. The name of this group of people has received the name of the ship (the Empire Windrush), which in 1948 in the UK arrived a few hundred citizens of Jamaica. In the Kingdom behind them, followed by thousands of other immigrants.

In 1971, under immigration law they are entitled to stay indefinitely in the UK, however, after the tightening of legislation in 2012, some of them were in danger of deportation. According to the new document, they were declared illegal migrants.

Already resigning, Rudd admitted that in the UK people are not always met with a fair attitude.

British Ministry of the Interior for the first time chaired by the representative of national minoritiesBob Dudley (Photo: Alastair Grant / AP)

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