She also confirmed that a compensation scheme will be set up for people who have suffered loss or damages due to their inability to show they remained in Britain legally and to access services. He is the Conservative party MP for Bromsgrove and has previously held business and culture portfolios in the United Kingdom government.
Rudd then made a decision to resign rather than face the Commons on Monday, with her letter to May saying she had "become aware of information provided to my office which makes mention of targets".
"People who have entered the United Kingdom illegally or overstayed here should expect to face the full force of the law and know that they will be removed if they will not leave this country voluntarily".
SAJID JAVID insisted he was the right choice to sort out the Windrush scandal after replacing Amber Rudd as home secretary yesterday.
"We will do right by the Windrush generation", Javid told lawmakers in the House of Commons.
"The government was warned that the negative outcomes for Commonwealth citizens would be a effect of the hostile environment policy", concluded Abbott. It immediately impacted me.
As a second generation migrant, he said he was "angry" at the treatment of those caught up in the saga. My parents came to this country... "That's why we have set up a unit that is helping those people top get the documents that they need", May said. "I don't like the phrase "hostile'".
It follows the resignations of former defence secretary Sir Michael Fallon, Priti Patel as global development secretary, Damian Green as first minister and James Brokenshire, who left his role as Northern Ireland secretary on health grounds. Finally, The Guardian produced a private letter Rudd sent to May outlining her commitment to increase deportations by 10 percent, which included numbers and targets.
Although James Brokenshire's return as Communities Secretary sees one ally of Mrs May return to the Cabinet - his previous stint in Northern Ireland will have helped prepare him well for negotiations over Yorkshire devolution - the Prime Minister's commitment to fighting political injustice appears hollow.
From Sir Michael Fallon's resignation on November 1 a year ago to Ms Rudd's inevitable decision to quit on Sunday night, four Cabinet ministers have now been forced to resign in the past six months (the others were Priti Patel and Damian Green).
"This review will seek to draw out how members of the Windrush generation came to be entangled in measures designed for illegal immigrants, why that was not spotted sooner and whether the right corrective measures are now in place", Javid told parliament.
Two related developments led to Rudd's departure. The prime minister doesn't have a majority in the United Kingdom parliament and is struggling with Brexit negotiations.