Priti Patel might be a bully, but she’s also so much worse than that

If the allegations are to be believed, then Priti Patel – “intentionally” or not – is a bully. And that’s terrible – it truly is – but given everything we know about her, should we be surprised? I’d say not. I’d also argue that bullying civil servants is at the lesser end of her faults. The only surprising thing is that people in the media expected her to lose her job given the behaviour that put her there in the first place. The life and should-be-crimes of Priti Patel Gal-dem put together a handy guide to Patel’s greatest misdeeds/atrocities. Before her career in politics, Patel worked as a…

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Priti Patel is at the centre of another growing storm

Priti Patel is involved in yet another growing scandal. This time it involves the deportation of people to Jamaica right before Christmas. Sadly, this story is now becoming all too familiar. Another Jamaican deportation flight The Morning Star reported that on 2 December the Home Office is planning to deport around eight people. It said that these included: fathers of young children and a man who has lived in the country since he was seven, according to campaigners. At least eight people have so far been booked onto the flight after they were detained and transferred to detention centres Campaign group BARAC UK has started a petition. It’s…

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Johnson told ‘you shouldn’t have bullies in government’ amid Patel criticism

Boris Johnson was facing allegations he tried to water down the official inquiry that found home secretary Priti Patel bullied staff as he was told “you shouldn’t have bullies in government” by a former top civil servant.Sir David Normington, a former Home Office permanent secretary, said on Saturday the prime minister:doesn’t seem willing to stand up for high standards in public lifeas he faced mounting criticism for standing by Ms Patel. Downing Street did not deny suggestions that Mr Johnson had tried and failed to convince his standards ministerial adviser Sir Alex Allan to tone down his conclusion that her behaviour amounted to bullying as he found instances…

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Labour demands release of full findings of Patel bullying inquiry

Labour is demanding the publication of the full inquiry findings into allegations of bullying by Priti Patel amid reports she was found to have broken the rules for ministers. Reassured Boris Johnson has rejected calls to sack the home secretary after delivering his long-awaited verdict on her conduct on Friday, even though she breached the ministerial code. According to reports, she was found to have failed to meet the requirement to treat civil servants with respect and consideration. Normally ministers are expected to resign if they breach the code, but a government statement said the PM is: reassured that the home secretary is sorry for inadvertently upsetting those with…

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Priti Patel likely to face ‘robust criticisms’ in bullying allegations investigation

A long-awaited investigation into allegations of bullying by Priti Patel must be published without delay, Labour has demanded as it labelled reports that the Home Secretary will be issued with a warning as “incredibly serious”. The Financial Times said that the probe would be concluded “imminently” but that Boris Johnson would only issue Patel with a written warning, rather than dismissing her from the Cabinet. Citing unnamed Whitehall officials, the paper said the prime minister was intending to “fudge” the outcome of the report which has “robust criticisms” of Patel’s behaviour. Shadow home secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds said: “Reports that the Home Secretary is to receive a written warning…

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Patel snubs factory workers ‘robbed of tens of millions in wages’

Factory workers are being “robbed of tens of millions in wages”, the home secretary has been told.ExploitationThe British Retail Consortium (BRC) and Dr Lisa Cameron MP, chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Textiles and Fashion, have written to Priti Patel to demand urgent action over labour exploitation. They claim exploited garment workers have been denied £27m in lost earnings since July.A joint letter, signed by more than 50 cross-party MPs and peers – as well as a further 40 retailers, investors, and NGOs – was sent in July, calling for the government to introduce a licensing scheme for garment factories in the UK.Helen Dickinson, of the…

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SPITTING IMAGE! Dominatrix Priti Patel SHOCKS Viewers as Outrageous Satire Returns

SPITTING Image is back on your Smart TV… and it’s even more outrageous than it’s original run on ITV.The uncompromising, fast-turnaround and uniquely British satirical take on global events, arrived to the more turbulent world on Saturday, it steams for ten weeks exclusively on BritBox in the UK.After an absence of 24 years the first episode see’s Priti Patel as a Dominatrix getting a ‘balls on face’ Micheal Gove close, Trump tweeting with his literal arsehole and Lewis Hamilton and Price Harry down the US Job Centre and Greta Thunberg as a weather presenter. It’s hilarious, offensive and everything 2020 needed.Show creator Roger Law says: “People keep asking…

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MIGRANT ISLAND: Boris and Priti Patel Propose Sending Illegals To Remote Island

BORIS Johnson and Priti Patel have considered sending illegal migrants on a remote Island owned by Britain in a bid to tackle the Dover Migrant Crisis.Britain’s Overseas Ascension Island could see migrants deported and processed on the volcanic terain more than 4,000 miles from the UK.The idea is being considered within Priti Patel’s department that asylum seekers could be transferred to the British overseas territory in the South Atlantic has been derided as “inhumane” by critics at home.The Financial Times reported that the Home Secretary had ordered officials to explore plans to build an asylum processing centre on the island.But a Home Office source attempted to play it…

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