England – Sunak’s former deputy prime minister is no longer standing for election
Dominic Raab (49) no longer wants to contest the next parliamentary election. The next general election in Great Britain is scheduled for 2024.
Former British Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab, 49, who resigned amid allegations of bullying, no longer wants to contest the next general election. This was reported in the daily newspaper “The Telegraph” on Tuesday night, citing correspondence between Robb and the head of his Conservative local branch in the southern English county of Surrey.
As his reason for stepping down from Parliament, Rob said his young family was under pressure from his job. The next general election in Great Britain is scheduled for 2024.
Report partially substantiated allegations
Raab resigned as Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s deputy at the end of April. He was responding to the findings of an inquiry report into his conduct in various ministerial posts in recent years. The report partially confirmed the allegations against Raab.
Among other things, he allegedly reprimanded staff or announced consequences if he was not satisfied with their work or their answers to his questions. Brexit hardliner Robb last served as deputy prime minister as well as justice minister.
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