Can someone, anyone explain to me how the Home Office get to make clinical decisions?
Amber Rudd, According to Wiki:
She was educated at Cheltenham Ladies' College, an independent school in Gloucestershire, and from 1979 to 1981 at Queen's College, London, an independent day school for girls in London, followed by Edinburgh University where she read History. After graduating from university, Rudd joined J.P. Morgan & Co., working in both London and New York.
So I ask again, how does she get to make decisions on someone's health care?