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Nov 20, 2020 7:50 AM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
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A row has broken out after Boris Johnson’s adviser on the ministerial code resigned in the wake of the prime minister standing by the under-fire home secretary, Priti Patel, despite a long-awaited official inquiry finding evidence that she bullied civil servants.

Sir Alex Allan’s findings based on the cabinet office investigation concluded that Patel’s approach “amounted to behaviour that can be described as bullying” – noting instances of shouting and swearing – and that she had breached the ministerial code, although her actions may have been “unintentional”.

But Johnson, who is the sole arbiter of the rules, set himself on a collision course with his adviser’s conclusion by deciding that the ministerial code had not been breached, prompting Allan’s resignation on Friday. Patel herself issued an apology, saying: “I am sorry that my behaviour in the past has upset people. It has never been my intention to cause upset to anyone.”
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The prime minister stated in a foreword he wrote to the ministerial code last summer that “there must be no bullying”. The Labour leader, Keir Starmer, immediately seized on Johnson’s response, saying if he were prime minister he would have sacked Patel.

A government statement released on Friday said: “The prime minister notes Sir Alex’s advice that many of the concerns now raised were not raised at the time and that the home secretary was unaware of the impact that she had.

“He is reassured that the home secretary is sorry for inadvertently upsetting those with whom she was working. He is also reassured that relationships, practices and culture in the Home Office are much improved. As the arbiter of the code, having considered Sir Alex’s advice and weighing up all the factors, the prime minister’s judgement is that the ministerial code was not breached.

“The prime minister has full confidence in the home secretary and considers this matter now closed. He is grateful to the thousands of civil servants working extremely hard to support delivery of the government’s priorities.”

Allan said: “I recognise that it is for the prime minister to make a judgment on whether actions by a minister amount to a breach of the ministerial code. But I feel that it is right that I should now resign from my position as the prime minister’s independent adviser on the code.”

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It appears she is one of BoJo's favoured few who can do no wrong.

He is becoming another Trump, He's made such a c*ck-up over the corona fight he should resign.
Nov 20, 2020 7:53 AM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
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tomcatty: A row has broken out after Boris Johnson’s adviser on the ministerial code resigned in the wake of the prime minister standing by the under-fire home secretary, Priti Patel, despite a long-awaited official inquiry finding evidence that she bullied civil servants.

Sir Alex Allan’s findings based on the cabinet office investigation concluded that Patel’s approach “amounted to behaviour that can be described as bullying” – noting instances of shouting and swearing – and that she had breached the ministerial code, although her actions may have been “unintentional”.

But Johnson, who is the sole arbiter of the rules, set himself on a collision course with his adviser’s conclusion by deciding that the ministerial code had not been breached, prompting Allan’s resignation on Friday. Patel herself issued an apology, saying: “I am sorry that my behaviour in the past has upset people. It has never been my intention to cause upset to anyone.”
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The prime minister stated in a foreword he wrote to the ministerial code last summer that “there must be no bullying”. The Labour leader, Keir Starmer, immediately seized on Johnson’s response, saying if he were prime minister he would have sacked Patel.

A government statement released on Friday said: “The prime minister notes Sir Alex’s advice that many of the concerns now raised were not raised at the time and that the home secretary was unaware of the impact that she had.

“He is reassured that the home secretary is sorry for inadvertently upsetting those with whom she was working. He is also reassured that relationships, practices and culture in the Home Office are much improved. As the arbiter of the code, having considered Sir Alex’s advice and weighing up all the factors, the prime minister’s judgement is that the ministerial code was not breached.

“The prime minister has full confidence in the home secretary and considers this matter now closed. He is grateful to the thousands of civil servants working extremely hard to support delivery of the government’s priorities.”

Allan said: “I recognise that it is for the prime minister to make a judgment on whether actions by a minister amount to a breach of the ministerial code. But I feel that it is right that I should now resign from my position as the prime minister’s independent adviser on the code.”

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It appears she is one of BoJo's favoured few who can do no wrong.

He is becoming another Trump, He's made such a c*ck-up over the corona fight he should resign.
I thought you were a Trump fan?confused
Nov 20, 2020 7:54 AM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
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Bnaughty: I thought you were a Trump fan?
Are you real??
Nov 20, 2020 7:56 AM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
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tomcatty: Are you real??
Should I pinch myself?
Nov 20, 2020 7:59 AM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
Bnaughty
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tomcatty: A row has broken out after Boris Johnson’s adviser on the ministerial code resigned in the wake of the prime minister standing by the under-fire home secretary, Priti Patel, despite a long-awaited official inquiry finding evidence that she bullied civil servants.

Sir Alex Allan’s findings based on the cabinet office investigation concluded that Patel’s approach “amounted to behaviour that can be described as bullying” – noting instances of shouting and swearing – and that she had breached the ministerial code, although her actions may have been “unintentional”.

But Johnson, who is the sole arbiter of the rules, set himself on a collision course with his adviser’s conclusion by deciding that the ministerial code had not been breached, prompting Allan’s resignation on Friday. Patel herself issued an apology, saying: “I am sorry that my behaviour in the past has upset people. It has never been my intention to cause upset to anyone.”
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The prime minister stated in a foreword he wrote to the ministerial code last summer that “there must be no bullying”. The Labour leader, Keir Starmer, immediately seized on Johnson’s response, saying if he were prime minister he would have sacked Patel.

A government statement released on Friday said: “The prime minister notes Sir Alex’s advice that many of the concerns now raised were not raised at the time and that the home secretary was unaware of the impact that she had.

“He is reassured that the home secretary is sorry for inadvertently upsetting those with whom she was working. He is also reassured that relationships, practices and culture in the Home Office are much improved. As the arbiter of the code, having considered Sir Alex’s advice and weighing up all the factors, the prime minister’s judgement is that the ministerial code was not breached.

“The prime minister has full confidence in the home secretary and considers this matter now closed. He is grateful to the thousands of civil servants working extremely hard to support delivery of the government’s priorities.”

Allan said: “I recognise that it is for the prime minister to make a judgment on whether actions by a minister amount to a breach of the ministerial code. But I feel that it is right that I should now resign from my position as the prime minister’s independent adviser on the code.”

Ref yahoo

It appears she is one of BoJo's favoured few who can do no wrong.

He is becoming another Trump, He's made such a c*ck-up over the corona fight he should resign.
She probably gives him a nosh every Friday
Nov 20, 2020 8:02 AM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
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Bnaughty: hould I pinch myself?
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Nov 20, 2020 8:06 AM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
tc

you don't expect anyone to read that?

Tip,

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Nov 20, 2020 8:09 AM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
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Not surprised they'd gun for her she's quite effective. We're in the humble beginning of white fight back which means that we need brown people to say it for us. White skin as yet can only face truth and reality indirectly through the proxy of another race. A race that has not been drained of its lifeforce and testicles.
Nov 20, 2020 8:14 AM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
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pedro27: tc

you don't expect anyone to read that?

Tip,

,post more better topics mate ffs
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Nov 20, 2020 8:23 AM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
tomcatty: What, like your drivel
my inspiring threads 6000 btw are very interesting and have the X factortongue
Nov 20, 2020 8:26 AM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
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Same goes for Rushi Sunak. Neither of them are white and they're the best we have in government. And the left gives us Diane Abbott. Black, white, Jew or gentile she's the worst politician in the world, the stupidest woman ever to have lived. A shadow home secretary with an extra chromosome.
Nov 20, 2020 8:53 AM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
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We must be deeply sceptical of what people define bullying as in this country. It's only my opinion but I don't believe people are getting hit hard enough. Or at the least we tend to shame all the wrong things. You're a fat c*nt and a shit weasel, let's do everything we can for you.
Nov 20, 2020 3:06 PM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
ChesneyChrist: Same goes for Rushi Sunak. Neither of them are white and they're the best we have in government. And the left gives us Diane Abbott. Black, white, Jew or gentile she's the worst politician in the world, the stupidest woman ever to have lived. A shadow home secretary with an extra chromosome.
Have to agree she s good for the UK and needs to be let at it. Someones cosy feathers obviously got ruffled when this was brought out. Mind you I m not forgetting what she said about starving us over here to make us agree with whatever Brexit agreement was being put together at the time.
Nov 20, 2020 3:41 PM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
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BoJo must go vote labour
Nov 20, 2020 3:47 PM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
ChesneyChrist: Same goes for Rushi Sunak. Neither of them are white and they're the best we have in government. And the left gives us Diane Abbott. Black, white, Jew or gentile she's the worst politician in the world, the stupidest woman ever to have lived. A shadow home secretary with an extra chromosome.
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Nov 20, 2020 3:49 PM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
Whataboutromance: Have to agree she s good for the UK and needs to be let at it. Someones cosy feathers obviously got ruffled when this was brought out. Mind you I m not forgetting what she said about starving us over here to make us agree with whatever Brexit agreement was being put together at the time.
I think it takes someone like her to tame that lot in 10 and it's neighbourhood,,, keep it going pretty,,,,
Nov 21, 2020 3:28 AM CST Patel's future amid bullying claims
Oxycodone
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She has lost the respect of her office irrespective of those who have rallied round her.

The maker of her own downfall.
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