Suella Braverman may have resigned over a security issue. But her resignation letter is a very big dig at Liz Truss and her government. She writes that the business of government relies upon people accepting responsibility for their mistakes, and that carrying on “as if everyone can’t see that we have made them” and hoping things “magically” come right is not serious politics. As someone who has just resigned after admitting a mistake, it rather reads like a call on Liz Truss to do the same thing after the series of U-turns following her mini-budget. Braverman also makes clear she has concerns about the “direction” of the government and whether it is honouring the manifesto it was elected on. This is striking language for someone who, until this afternoon, held one of the government’s most senior roles. She now becomes yet another backbench MP unhappy with No 10.