PMQs: Dominic Raab tackled over bullying inquiry
Labour‘s Angela Raynor didn’t waste time during PMQs to attack Dominic Raab and claims of bullying. She pointed out he had to call for an inquiry into himself because Rishi Sunak was too weak to get a grip.
She said: Raab’s behaviour was called demeaning. Staff were afraid to enter his office. And that is without mentioning the flying tomatoes. So why he is still here?
Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab responded with: a new ethics adviser is being appointed to deal with the issue. He said Rayner came with her usual mix of “bluster and mudslinging” because Labour does not have a plan.
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Great exchange between Labour’s #AngelaRayner and deputy PM #DominicRaab over bullying claims at #PMQs watch https://t.co/QRwIjTfPfX Rayner talked of flying tomatoes Raab talked new ethics adviser #bullying #bully #LabourParty #ConservativeParty #newsuk pic.twitter.com/NztVuni9Z7
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