Amber Rudd says Boris Johnson is ‘backseat driving’ over Brexit

Home secretary questions timing of foreign secretary’s article that revived idea of £350m a week becoming available for NHS

Amber Rudd has accused Boris Johnson of backseat driving as she questioned the timing of his 4,000-word vision of Britain’s departure from the EU and made clear that she did not want the foreign secretary managing the Brexit process.

The home secretary said she had “unfortunately not” had time to read her cabinet colleague’s entire article, published in the Daily Telegraph a day after a terrorist attack on the London Underground.

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