Embarrassment in front of Sunak in his first few weeks.. He trusts a tyrannical minister!
After Wendy Morton, the Disciplinary Officer in Parliament responsible for organizing Queen Elizabeth’s death ceremony, harassed British Foreign Secretary Gavin Williamson in obscene text messages, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was found to support the tyrannical minister, prompting a storm of criticism!
Today, Sunday, Britain’s Minister of State Oliver Dowden announced that Sunak is backing the Government’s Minister of State, who is accused of bullying his colleague, as the offensive phone messages were sent ‘at a moment of excitement’.
Wrong decisions opened the door to controversy
The story began after a British report revealed that Minister Williamson was angry at not being invited to Queen Elizabeth’s funeral and sent messages deemed inappropriate against Morton, the party disciplinarian in Parliament, prompting him to do so to file an official complaint, according to the Sunday Times.
While investigations are ongoing into Gavin, who was reappointed to a cabinet post by Sunak last month, Dowden revealed the Prime Minister still has faith in him.
Despite calls for his dismissal, Sunak didn’t lift a finger, but Doden, who is close to him, justified the bullying minister’s words, which were “spoken in a moment of emotion as an expression of his frustration”.
Gavin Williamson (Minister Bully)
Dowden also felt that the minister regretted what he had sent him.
He still trusts him
Despite stressing that he shouldn’t have sent those messages, he came back and stressed that the Prime Minister still has faith in Gavin Williamson.
It is worth noting that this was not the new prime minister’s first misstep, but was preceded by another a few days ago, which sparked anger in British circles when Sunak decided to appoint Suila Braverman as home secretary, especially as she was sacked from her job during the reign by Liz Terrace for violating safety rules by sending an official document to her personal email.
British Minister Wendy Morton has been the victim of bullying
Challenging missions and challenges
It is noteworthy that the new prime minister faces a difficult task, having taken over a country in a dangerous crisis of high living costs, with inflation in excess of 10%.
It also needs to calm turbulent markets since former Prime Minister Liz Terrace’s government budget was announced at the end of September.
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