Bullying claims against Dominic Raab now number 24 – and more

Wow.  At least 24 civil servants have now complained about bullying by Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab, it seems.

Not only that, but there are also inquiries into the behaviour of Nadhim Zahawis (another Cabinet member) and Boris Johnson, a former prime minister.

Rishi Sunak and his Cabinet were apparently having an away day in Chequers to discuss Conservative Party strategies – despite the fact that Parliament was sitting and they were using government property – so one wonders whether he was taking the opportunity to clear the chaff. One suspects not, because he’s too weak.

Enjoy also the pathetic attempt at deflection onto Keir Starmer by Angela Epstein. She reckons he’s not a good leader because he supported Jeremy Corbyn, and brought up the manufactured Labour anti-Semitism crisis as proof. But anti-Semitism in Labour fell under Corbyn – the claims against him were nonsense. Starmer is a rotten leader for reasons entirely due to himself.

As Kevin Maguire points out about her comments: “We’ve got a lousy rotten governent so look over there.”

Here’s a bit more on that Tory strategy meeting, courtesy of A Different Bias:

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