Rishi Sunak has said it is “absolutely right” that Sir Gavin Williamson resigned and admitted he has “regret” over appointing him as a cabinet minister in light of the allegations he is facing. The prime minister insisted he “did not know about any of the specific concerns” relating to Sir Gavin’s alleged “unacceptable” behaviour in
Former chief whip Wendy Morton has referred an allegation that Sir Gavin Williamson sent “abusive” messages to her for an independent investigation by a parliamentary watchdog. The Cabinet Office minister was already facing an internal Conservative Party investigation over the series of threatening messages reportedly send to Ms Morton complaining he had been excluded from
When Wendy Morton attempted to be selected as Conservative candidate in Richmond, North Yorkshire, back in 2014, she was defeated by Rishi Sunak. Now she appears to be gaining her revenge as the prime minister faces questions about his judgement for re-appointing Sir Gavin Williamson to the government. Politics Hub: PM ‘has confidence’ in Williamson
Rishi Sunak says it is “right” for an independent complaints investigation to take place into accusations of bullying made again Sir Gavin Williamson “before making any decisions about the future”. Sir Gavin, the cabinet minister and former education secretary, allegedly sent abusive text messages to Wendy Morton, the former chief whip, complaining that he and