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Priti Patel bullying report should be made public, No 10 adviser says

Adviser on standards in public life says not putting allegations to bed risks losing voters’ trust

A report into claims the UK home secretary, Priti Patel, bullied staff should be made public or people may think the allegations were “brushed over”, an adviser to Boris Johnson has said.

Lord Evans of Weardale, the former head of MI5 and now adviser on standards in public life, told the Times that not putting the accusations to bed risked undermining voters’ trust.

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