Guardian: At least 24 UK officials have complained about the behavior of Deputy PM Raab 05:20

At least 24 officers have already filed complaints against British Deputy Prime Minister and UK Attorney General Dominic Raab for his aggressive behavior. The Guardian writes about it, citing government sources.

According to them, the total number of applicants could be more than 30.

“Dominic Raab is facing a much broader bullying investigation than originally thought, with at least 24 government officials filing formal complaints against him,” the report said.

According to sources, the size of the investigation and the seriousness of some allegations indicate that it will be difficult for the deputy prime minister to stay in office.

According to the publication, some of the complainants stated in their statements that they felt physically ill and cried in front of the meetings as a result of Raab’s alleged behavior. At the same time, one of them alleged that the Deputy Prime Minister’s appeal caused a subordinate to have suicidal thoughts.

Earlier, the BBC reported on Raab: received five new complaints For his aggressive behavior.

The publication states that these reports relate to Raab’s behavior during his previous term as head of the Ministry of Justice, from September 2021 to September 2022.

Source: Gazeta


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