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Former Tory Party Speaker Jake Berry has suggested that Dominic Raab be suspended as Deputy Prime Minister until an investigation into allegations of bullying is completed.
Berry argued that members of parliament and ministers were “no special people” and should be treated “just like everyone else”.
Attorney General Raab, who has received complaints about his behavior from several Justice Department officials, has denied bullying.
Raab said he “refutes and refutes” the allegations.
Mr Berry said Westminster Radio 4 Weeks: “It would be very strange if there was anyone else at work that didn’t have that investigation pending.
“Members of parliament and ministers are not special people. I think they should be treated like everyone else in the workplace.”
He called for a system that would allow ministers under investigation to be suspended pending results. may reinstate the Minister.
Sunak resisted the deputy’s suspension request while an independent investigation into dozens of allegations of Raab’s actions was ongoing.
That’s because Downing Street refused to deny that Rishi Snak had knowledge of the “written complaint” against Dominic Raab when he appointed him Deputy Prime Minister.
No 10 asserted that the prime minister was unaware of “formal complaints” against Mr Raab when he appointed him to cabinet posts in October. Mr. Sunak claims that upon learning of the allegations, he asked senior attorney Adam Torrey to investigate.
Asked about Snack’s response to standards issues, Berry said:
“The way these types of complaints are handled in the private sector is by being suspended pending an investigation.”
Meanwhile, Mr. Snak stands by Cabinet Secretary Simon Case, even though Downing Street does not deny that Downing Street may not have told him the written complaint about Dominic Raab. there is
Mr. Case has since faced scrutiny Times reported that the cabinet secretary was personally informed of the complaint months before Sunak appointed the allies.
The civil servants union FDA is seeking Raab’s suspension, expressing concern that Tolley’s investigation could be “covered up” if Raab decides to resign before it is completed. there is
FDA Assistant Secretary Amy Leversidge said:
“In an employment setting, it’s normal practice for an investigation of this magnitude to come to a conclusion no matter what.”