Dominic Raab confirms he will resign if found guilty of bullying
PMQs Rishi Sunak grilled over claims abut Dominic Raab
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Dominic Raab has said he will resign if an ongoing investigation upholds claims of bullying being levelled against him. The deputy Prime Minister was quizzed about the complaints on Sky’s Sophy Ridge on Sunday – and asked if he would quit, replied: “I would.”
Justice Secretary Mr Raab, who is also the former Foreign Secretary, initially argued Prime Minister Rishi Sunak would ultimately decide his political future.
He also refused to comment on the investigation’s timeline, saying he did not want to “prejudice” its findings.
He added: “If you believe in innocent until proven guilty, you wouldn’t want to penalise people until you’ve got the outcome.”
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