The full report into his behaviour, which has just been published, says Raab acted in an "intimidating" and "insulting" manner.
Rishi Sunak and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen have agreed a new Brexit deal for Northern Ireland. He will now have to get the deal past his MPs and Northern Irish unionist MPs.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen will announce a new Brexit deal for Northern Ireland on Monday if the two can agree final details during lunchtime talks in Britain.
Rishi Sunak and the European Commission president are due to hold "final talks" on a new Brexit deal for Northern Ireland on Monday, Downing Street says.
Mr Raab is being investigated by a lawyer over claims of bullying, with dozens of officials thought to be involved in eight formal complaints
Rishi Sunak is to hold face-to-face talks with the European Commission president in a bid to finalise a Brexit deal for Northern Ireland.
The mother of a woman killed by her pilot husband more than a decade ago has called on the justice secretary to intervene over his possible release.
Sources confirmed reports that there were plans to break up the department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)and the department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).
Liz Truss has warned Prime Minister Rishi Sunak that she will keep making the case for lower taxes as her return to the political spotlight threatened to reopen bitter divisions in the Tory party.
A former senior official at Britain’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office is taking the UK government to court test the legal protections for whistleblowers, amid concerns they are not sufficient to protect civil servants.
Dominic Raab should be suspended as deputy prime minister until an inquiry into bullying allegations against him is over, an ex-Tory chairman has said.
Rishi Sunak is under growing pressure to explain what he knew about bullying allegations against Dominic Raab when he appointed him deputy PM.
Personnel dramas, infighting and growing fissures caused by the ‘anti-tax loons’ are threatening to de-rail Sunak. Amidst intimidating new statistics from the IMF, can the PM prove his naysayers wrong, asks Anne McElvoy