Dominic Raab, the United Kingdom’s Deputy Prime Minister and Justice Minister, has resigned from his position following allegations of bullying. An independent investigator reviewed Raab’s behavior, prompted by eight complaints, which concluded that he had acted in an intimidating manner during work meetings. Raab stated in his resignation statement that he called for the inquiry and undertook to resign if it made any finding of bullying. He added that the review dismissed all but two of the complaints against him, which he claims are “flawed and set a dangerous precedent for the conduct of good government.”
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