Britain’s Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab has resigned over bullying allegations.
It comes after the country’s Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was presented with the findings of an official report into claims Mr Raab bullied staff members while working as a cabinet minister.
Mr Raab has worked as a minister in a number of different departments in recent years – and was appointed deputy prime minister and justice secretary by Mr Sunak after he took power in October.
The bullying allegations first began to surface last November – with one former staffer claiming he created a culture of fear in their departments.
Mr Raab denied the allegations and requested an investigation into himself.
More accusations have since come to light and Mr Sunak has come under increasing pressure over claims he was aware of the conduct before appointing his deputy.