Yet, as Mrs May comes under sustained pressure to justify the decisions she took as Home Secretary over Windrush, the Prime Minister looks diminished ahead of Thursday's local elections when the Tories expect to suffer significant setbacks.
One was her handling of the row over the treatment of what is called the "Windrush generation" - mainly people of Caribbean origin, who have lived in Britain for decades but were treated by the Home Office like illegal immigrants.
After Trump in November retweeted misleading anti-Muslim videos by an extremist fringe group called Britain First, Javid tweeted: "So POTUS has endorsed the views of a vile, hate-filled racist organisation that hates me and people like me".
Javid cites the late Conservative prime minister Margaret Thatcher as his political inspiration and has often hung a portrait of her in his ministerial office.
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Javid is the son of a Pakistani immigrant bus driver and one of the most outspoken members of May's cabinet to confront President Donald Trump over his tweets about Muslims.
Javid on Monday (Tuesday NZT) said that his "most urgent" task was to help those unfairly caught up in the Windrush fiasco.
Rudd said she took "full responsibility" for the fact that she was not aware of "information provided to (her) office which makes mention of targets".
United States crude oil inventories increase as prices climb
The most likely path to rebalancing of the oil market is likely to involve a combination of some or all of these factors. But experience suggests such large imbalances between production, consumption and inventories are not stable for long.
Rudd opposed Britain leaving the European Union but Javid, a lukewarm "remainer" said that after the referendum, "in some ways, we are all Brexiteers now".
Mr Javid has also declared plans to put his "own stamp" on the Home Office.
Immigration control remains a hot topic in Britain and was a factor in the 2016 vote to leave the EU.
The furor has grown since The Guardian reported that some people who came to the United Kingdom from the Caribbean in the decades after World War II had recently been refused medical care in Britain or threatened with deportation because they could not produce paperwork proving their right to reside in the country.
But after an often passionate five-hour debate about how some citizens of Caribbean origin who arrived in the United Kingdom from the 1950s onwards were wrongly targeted as part of the "hostile environment" immigration policy, a three-line Conservative whip saw the government win by 316 votes to 221.
Outrage over the plight of Windrush migrants - some of whom lost jobs and fell into debt as they struggled to prove their status - led to a personal apology from May to Caribbean leaders earlier this month.
"The main opposition Labour Party accused Rudd of being a "human shield" for May, who was home secretary under Cameron".
Explaining the thinking behind Javid's appointment, May's spokesman said he was "one of the most experienced ministers" in Cabinet who had "proved his drive, his ambition and his determination to get to grips with hard subjects".
Labour's finance spokesman John McDonnell said: "You can smell the undoubted odour of a government decomposing".
Tiger Woods is thankful to return to competitive golf after lumbar fusion surgery alleviated pain from a damaged disc in his back. Tiger Woods is the main draw in an impressive field at this year's Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte .
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The Asian Development Bank's chief says trade in Asia, growing at a fast clip since 2017, could be disrupted if disputes escalate. China has responded by doing the same, largely focused on agricultural industries in the American heartland.
Moscow also runs a naval facility in the Syrian city of Tartus, which is similarly situated in the Arab country's west. According to that story, there was a violent roar at the moment of the impact of the military plane against the sea.
Revenue stood at $230.7m (£169.4m) in the first quarter of this year, up 54 per cent on last year thanks to the grow of Snap Ads. Snap stock is already down more than 16% after-hours following the earnings report.
Also present at the meeting was Conservative Party Chief Whip Julian Smith, there to explain the Parliamentary arithmetic. Both are fundamentally split, with each side strong enough to block a plan, but not to push one through.
He boasts top-5 ranks in strokes gained: tee to green and birdies or better gained, and he is 9th in strokes gained: par 4's. They quickly chatted with each other and the fan's girlfriend, Andrea. "And after that, getting ready for Shinnecock".
Sulaiman said his actions were not meant to cause harm, and apologized for posting the video in a "moment of anger". Malaysia's law defines fake news as "news, information, data and reports that is or are wholly or partly false".
One of the first responders work the scene of an explosion and reported stand-off in North Haven, Conn ., Wednesday, May 2, 2018. A fire then burned other structures at the property; they were "mostly extinguished" by Thursday morning, police said .
At his briefing Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stood beside a giant screen filled with two words: "Iran lied". Israeli soldiers take a break during a recent training exercise in the Golan Heights. "Plenty more in the archive", said Mr.
According to several witness reports, the explosion was caused by some mobile phones being thrown into the fire, The Sun reported. Dramatic footage shows a fire about to be lit, as revellers sing in the background just metres away last night.
FOMC Holds Rates Steady, Sees Inflation Near Target
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Salah Wins Writers' Footballer of the Year Award
Salah was named the PFA Player of the Year in a ceremony in London 10 days ago and now boasts another major personal award. He also looks set to win the Golden Boot award to cap a stunning campaign on Merseyside.
Amazon makes bid to spoil Walmart-Flipkart deal
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Samsung narrows profitability gap with Apple
Apple grew iPhone shipments by 3% year on year by maintaining its shipment strength in its key markets, the U.S. and China . For the first time in five years, smartphone shipments dipped below 100m in the first quarter of this year.
NZ unlikely to copy Scotland's alcohol pricing
At midnight tonight, new pricing rules to discourage problem drinking will increase the prices of alcohol in Scotland. Alcohol misuse costs Scotland £3.6 billion each year - that's £900 for every adult in the country.
Oculus Go is shipping today
A separate report from UploadVR this morning notes that F8 developer attendees are likely to receive Oculus Go headsets for free. A post on Reddit earlier today showcased a stack of the headsets ready to go at a Best Buy location in Arkansas.