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Priti Patel allies came to the defense of the Home Secretary today in the wake of a critical report of bullying, amid claims that it could be downgraded in the new year.

Patel, 48, apologized for his treatment of public officials on Friday after an official investigation found that he intimidated staff, sometimes yelling and cursing at them.

So far, Boris Johnson has challenged her critics to rally Tory MPs around her, disagreeing with her standards adviser and ruling that her behavior does not violate ministers’ rules of conduct.

But the Sunday Times suggested today that she could be demoted in a New Years shakeup and replaced by Kit Malthouse, the police minister, who worked for Johnson when he was mayor of London.

The prime minister let the interior minister go with an apology after an investigation launched in March found that she broke the ministerial code, but also criticized “inflexible” public officials for obstructing her.

And his allies defended his management style today, with one telling the Sunday Times: ‘People in real life don’t go on like everything is like an Enid Blyton novel and sometimes things go wrong and people say things out of frustration that they wouldn’t do. tell your mother, ‘

Another lashed out at the “racism and misogyny” she had suffered at the Interior Ministry, claiming it was “the worst of her career”.

Ms Patel, 48, apologized for her treatment of public officials on Friday after an official investigation found that she was intimidating staff, sometimes yelling and cursing at them +3
Ms. Patel, 48, apologized for her treatment of public officials on Friday after an official investigation found that she intimidated staff, sometimes yelling and cursing at them.

Boris Johnson has so far challenged his critics to rally Tory MPs around him, disagrees with his standards advisor, and rules that his behavior did not violate the rules of conduct for ministers +3
Boris Johnson has so far defied his critics to rally Tory MPs around him, disagreeing with his standards adviser, and ruling that his behavior did not violate ministers’ rules of conduct.

But the Sunday Times suggested today that she could be demoted in a New Years shakeup and replaced by Kit Malthouse, the police minister, who worked for Johnson when he was mayor of London +3.
But the Sunday Times suggested today that she could be demoted in a New Years shakeup and replaced by Kit Malthouse, the police minister, who worked for Johnson when he was mayor of London.

Meanwhile, Ms. Patel appears to be taking revenge on the madarins in the department with a radical overhaul of the department.

Officials will be forced to work weekends and a new performance review system will be introduced under an agreement made with Permanent Secretary Matthew Rycroft, the Sunday Telegraph said.

Johnson last week canceled calls to fire Patel, urging Tory MPs in a WhatsApp message that it was “time to form a square around the prittster.”

The decision to keep her in her post, taken during UK anti-bullying week, sparked a furious new dispute in Westminster as Johnson tries to put his government to rest after the departure of his senior adviser Dominic Cummings la last week.

Sir Alex said that Ms. Patel’s frustrations had seen her yelling and cursing in some cases. In her posted advice, she said: ‘She is action-oriented and can be direct.

Priti Patel is a brilliant Home Secretary  justifiably in many instances

The Interior Minister has also been, justifiably in many cases, frustrated by the lack of responsiveness of the Interior Ministry leadership and the lack of support she felt at DfID (the now-defunct Department for International Development) three years ago. years.

‘The evidence is that this has manifested itself in forceful expression, including some occasions of yelling and swearing.

“This may not be done intentionally to cause discomfort, but that has been the effect in some people.”

Sir Alex added: “My advice is that the Home Secretary has not consistently met the high standards required by the Ministerial Code of treating its public officials with consideration and respect.

At times, their approach has turned into behavior that can be described as bullying in terms of the impact felt by individuals.

“To that extent, their behavior has violated the Ministerial Code, even if not intentionally.”

Ministers are normally expected to resign if they break the code, but the Prime Minister makes the final decision and considers it not a matter of resignation.

Ms. Patel spoke to the broadcasters on Friday night and said: ‘I am sorry that my behavior has upset people and I have never set out to intentionally disturb anyone.’

“I work with thousands of brilliant officials every day and we work together day by day to fulfill the agenda of this Administration and I am absolutely sorry to everyone I have bothered.”

Shadow Business Minister Lucy Powell said today that it is “appalling” that Boris Johnson has chosen to endorse Priti Patel, rather than fire her.

She told Sky News ‘Sophy Ridge:’ I think your (Ms Patel’s) position is completely untenable, absolutely. She has been found by an independent investigation for breaking the ministerial code and I believe that if it is found that you are breaking the ministerial code, her position is completely untenable.

“I think it’s appalling that the prime minister has decided to endorse her rather than fire her, and that is what he should have done.”

When asked about Luciana Berger, who resigned from the Labor Party last year for what she said was a ‘culture of bullying’, Ms Powell said: ‘The behavior that Luciana was subjected to was appalling, it was disgusting, it was grotesque and that is why Keir Starmer has been very clear that rooting out anti-Semitism and taking a hard line with those who are anti-Semites, or indeed those who act intimidating, will not have a place in the Labor Party.

“ She is very clear that she would have fired Priti Patel or any other Labor MP who had failed in that way. So it’s not that harassment can’t exist in every political party, of course it can and it does, believe me, that’s how it’s handled. ”

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