Dominic Raab has resigned his position as deputy Prime Minister. This was in response to the findings in his bullying allegation.
He has since rubbished the claims, but step down on his conscience convictions.
But what are the specific findings that were found against Dominic Raab.
He is a summary of the findings which has been sourced from bbc.com.
Findings against Dominic Raab in his bullying case.
- Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab has resigned from the government after an investigation upheld some bullying allegations against him
- The full report into his behaviour found Raab had acted in an “intimidating” and “insulting” manner with civil servants while justice secretary
- He also was found to have described work as “utterly useless” and “woeful” in meetings
- And it says he abused power in a way that humiliated staff in a specific case while foreign secretary
- Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, who received the report yesterday, has accepted Raab’s resignation “with great sadness”
- Raab had promised to resign if the inquiry found evidence of bullying but has criticised the inquiry, saying it set the threshold too low
- Hitting out at the findings, he said it set a “dangerous precedent for the conduct of good government” and allowed officials to target ministers
- Labour leader Keir Starmer accused Rishi Sunak of weakness, saying he should have sacked Raab first