The UK opposition wants Priti Patel to address parliament on claims of intimidation

LONDON: the opposition of the United Kingdom Labor Party on Sunday he summoned home secretary to address the on allegations of bullying against her following the resignation of one of her top civil servants. Sir resigned from the important post of permanent secretary in the home office on Saturday blaming the Indian-origin minister for failing to engage with him or address his concerns around her conduct with officials.

“The home secretary has a duty to come to parliament on Monday to explain the allegations,” said Sir Kier Starmer, from the Labor Party . Patel also faces the prospect of an inquiry following Rutnam’s decision to sue the government over his alleged forced exit and Starmer called for the head of the UK civil service, cabinet secretary Mark Sedwill , to begin an investigation into the circumstances surrounding his departure.

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