According to media reports, the government announced her departure on Monday as part of a cabinet reshuffle ahead of the upcoming general election.
Braverman, known for her outspoken right-wing views, faced mounting pressure to step down amid allegations of exacerbating tensions during weeks of pro-Palestinian demonstrations in the UK.
Expressing gratitude for her time as home secretary, Braverman hinted at future statements.
Sunak, responding to criticism, appointed Foreign Secretary James Cleverly to replace Braverman, with former Prime Minister David Cameron assuming Cleverly’s previous role.
The Conservative Party emphasized the move as part of Sunak’s effort to strengthen the government team for long-term decisions and a brighter future.