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Priti Patel advised not to 'swear and shout' at staff last year, former civil servant says

Priti Patel was repeatedly warned about treatment of staff, former top civil servant claims"The IndependentPriti Patel: Bullying inquiry head quits as PM backs home secretary"BBC NewsPriti Patel 'was warned about swearing at staff in August 2019'"Evening
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