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Investigation into UK Deputy PM Raab widened to consider third complaint
The scope of an investigation into the behaviour of British Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab has been widened to include a third formal complaint, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's spokeswoman said on Friday.
Encouraging self-harm to be criminalised in Online Safety Bill
The encouragement of self-harm will be criminalised in an update to the Online Safety Bill, the government has said.
Dominic Raab: Bullying investigation extended to include third complaint
Rishi Sunak has asked for the investigation into alleged bullying by Dominic Raab to be expanded to include a third formal complaint.
Last week in the Commons, Dominic Raab denied having NDAs, insisting they are confidentiality agreements
Is there any difference between the two?
UK deputy PM Raab requests investigation into complaints about his behaviour
British Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab said on Wednesday he had requested an independent investigation into two formal complaints about his behaviour, the latest case of alleged bullying to put pressure on Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.
Dominic Raab facing inquiry into two behaviour complaints
Dominic Raab is facing an investigation into his behaviour after two formal complaints were made against him.
Dominic Raab faces questions over aggressive behaviour claims
Opposition parties have called for an investigation into the behaviour of cabinet minister Dominic Raab over claims he mistreated staff during a previous stint as justice secretary.
UK PM Rishi Sunak In Fresh Controversy Over Cabinet Appointments: Report
The controversy over Dominic Raab, who is deputy prime minister and justice secretary, came after fellow Sunak ally Gavin Williamson was forced out of the new government because of alleged bullying.
Team Rishi Sunak: Who's In, Who's Out
Penny Mordaunt, the other contender to 10 Downing Street has been re-appointed as Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons.
Rishi Sunak aims to bring factions together in cabinet reshuffle
The PM's reshuffle of his top team signals his priorities: unity and stability (for the party, not for the British people). But can it work?
Rishi Sunak vows to fix Liz Truss's mistakes - but not his mistakes as a Chancellor - in first speech as PM
In his first speech as PM, Rishi Sunak vowed to restore trust and lead the UK through "a profound economic crisis" that he, as a Chancellor, created.
Newspaper headlines: 'Crisis cabinet' and 'kings can only get better'
Wednesday's papers look to Rishi Sunak's first day as prime minister, and analyse his choice of cabinet.
Penny Mordaunt denies deal talks with Boris Johnson team
Conservative leadership hopeful Penny Mordaunt has described reports she has offered Boris Johnson's team her support in exchange for a prominent position as "completely false".
Who's backing who? Tories pledge allegiance ahead of crunch deadline
Several key Conservative Party have come out in public support of their preferred new Prime Minister.
Two crooks in the top: Sunak leads among Tory MPs but Johnson camp claims growing support
Two leading crooks in the competition who will continue to lead Britain to the economic and social catastrophe to which they are, both, led to, together, in the not too distant past.
Boris Johnson, Rishi Sunak and Penny Mordaunt: Who are MPs backing?
Conservative MPs have started declaring who they are backing to become the UK's next prime minister.
While criticizing Russia and Iran crack down on protests: Home Secretary to crack down on 'disruptive' protests with new bill
Protesters could be blocked from targeting key infrastructure under the home secretary's new plans.
Criminal barristers vote to end strike over pay
Criminal barristers in England and Wales have voted to end their long-running strike action after the government offered a new pay deal.
Barristers accuse ministers of rushing release of pre-recorded video evidence
Barristers say there are insufficient resources and funding, particularly amid indefinite walkout
Liz Truss new cabinet in full: who is in and who is out?
The new prime minister has made speedy changes to her top team and cleared out Rishi Sunak supporters
Liz Truss cabinet: who are the key players in PM’s top team?
The prime minister has appointed ministers for the great offices of state. Here are some of the other members of her new government
Johnson loyalists jump or are pushed on to ministerial scrapheap
High-profile names relegated to backbenches as punishment for failing to back new PM
Suella Braverman: home secretary set to take even harder line on migration
Braverman has pitched herself to the right of her predecessor – and is expected to move quickly to sideline ECHR
Liz Truss culls cabinet on first day as loyalists and allies get top jobs
New PM also pledges to urgently tackle energy crisis with plans to freeze bills at about £2,500 a year expected within days
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