HOME Secretary Priti Patel broke rules on ministers’ behaviour, according to a draft report, it was claimed last night.
The Cabinet Minister, 48, has always denied claims of bullying and her spokesman said there have never been formal complaints against her.
But a draft investigation completed in the summer found she breached the ministerial code, the BBC said.
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