Last quote by Amber Rudd
Amber Rudd quotes
What these companies have to realise is that they are now publishing companies, they are not technology companies, they are platforms and we need to make sure that that stops. We will not resile from taking action if we need to. I would say think again. We want to do this, but we also want other countries to do this.
I know it sounds like we're stepping away from legislation, but we're not. What I'm saying is the best people who understand the technology to stop it going up in the first place are them. They could have an industry-wide board set up to take care of this. I want to make sure that they do.
We need to make sure that our intelligence services have the ability to get into situations like encrypted Whatsapp.
That is my view - it is completely unacceptable, there should be no place for terrorists to hide. We need to make sure organizations like Whatsapp, and there are plenty of others like that, don't provide a secret place for terrorists to communicate with each other.
That example is best summed up by the actions of Pc Keith Palmer.
I've said it many times before - we truly have the best police force in the world and I'm humbled by the work you do every day when you put on that uniform not knowing what you might face.
They will not win, we are all connected and today we showed that by coming together, by going to work, by getting about our normal business because the terrorists will not defeat us. We will defeat them. We are strong in our values and proud of our country.
I think that would be absolutely the wrong judgment to make. I'm confident that as we get more information ... that we will learn more and take comfort from the information that we have and the work that the intelligence services do.
The fact that he was known to them doesn't mean that somebody has 24-hour cover.
It reminded us how we are all so connected. The terrorists will not defeat us, we will defeat them. We are strong in our values and proud of our country.
We are currently considering the various options as to how EU migration might work once we have left and it would be wrong to set out further positions at this stage.
Once we have left the European Union it will be the government that sets our immigration rules.
Money laundering still poses a real threat both to the UK's international reputation and integrity of our world leading financial center.
Then we will have done our commitment to the French.
We will be looking across work and study routes. This will include examining whether we should tighten the test companies have to take before recruiting from abroad.
My reaction to that is it's a reminder that this is a two-way negotiation. The EU and the commissioners may be considering issues, alternatives. They will be considering their negotiations with us, just as we are with them. But I'm going to make sure that what we do get is in the best interests of the UK.
What we're going to look at is how we can get the best for the economy, driving the numbers down but protecting the people who really add value to the economy.
I don't think it's particularly desirable, but we don't rule it out because we have to be allowed a free hand to get the best negotiations... it's a reminder that this is a two-way negotiation.
This project means secure, clean energy for the country, jobs and financial security for working people and their families.
Subsidies should be temporary, not part of a permanent business model.