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Dominic Raab may have the most terrible record in government, but at least it’s perfectly ...

The Guardian 06 Dec 2022
When Dominic Raab and ... It has this week been placed on the record that Dominic Raab is in fact the sort of man whose obsession with correctly formatted documents left his officials being told that “ people had died ” during the UK’s chaotic evacuation from Afghanistan last year.
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Former UK foreign minister’s conduct during Afghan withdrawal ‘led to deaths’: Report

Arab News 06 Dec 2022
Afghans died as a result of the actions of the former UK foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, during the disastrous withdrawal of British troops from Afghanistan, a high-level meeting of officials was told, The Guardian reported on Monday.
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Sunak says Government must ‘go further’ in tackling crime

AOL 06 Dec 2022
Rishi Sunak told his Cabinet the Government must “go further” in tackling crime ... At the meeting, Justice Secretary Dominic Raab also said the rate of reoffending has fallen over the past decade from 30.9% in 2009/10 to 25.6% in 2019/20 ... .
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Afghans died because of Raab’s delay in reviewing documents, officials told

The Observer 05 Dec 2022
A meeting of Ministry of Justice officials at which Dominic Raab’s conduct was discussed was told “people had died” in the Afghanistan evacuation because of his refusal to review documents in formats which he did not like, the Guardian has been told.
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Angela Rayner's Music Moment Does Exactly What Matt Hancock's Failed To Do

Huffington Post 05 Dec 2022
Angela Rayner shared a video of herself DJing over the weekend ... She told The Manc outlet ahead of the event ... She added ... Dominic Raab Told To 'Drain The Swamp' By Angela RaynerAngela Rayner To Wear Anti-Bullying Sticker At PMQs Clash With Dominic RaabLabour Would 'Undoubtedly' Win Next Election If Chester Result Was Repeated, Says Polling Guru. .
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Cronyism, bullying and broken rules: This Conservative Government has no integrity

Metro UK 05 Dec 2022
Dominic Raab is facing three formal complaints of bullying, yet he remains in post as Deputy Prime Minister – an embarrassing distraction at best, an insult to alleged victims at worst.
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Britain’s Labour Party ponders a new generation of “social rights”

Economist 05 Dec 2022
SIR KEIR STARMER, the leader of the Labour Party, is a bit of a riddle ... Such thinking is anathema to the likes of Dominic Raab, the Conservative justice secretary, who has long opposed “positive” duties—the obligation on a state to do something—and thinks the point of human rights is to constrain the state, not extend its reach ... ■ .
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‘I feel like a target’: Welsh woman braces for her stalker’s possible release

The Observer 05 Dec 2022
The calendar in Rhianon Bragg’s farmhouse kitchen is packed over the next few days. As a mother of four, a smallholder and an active member of her remote Welsh hillside community, she usually has a helter-skelter schedule ... Photograph ... The justice secretary, Dominic Raab, did not raise objections but Jones’s lawyer argued it would make him anxious ... .
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No 10 ‘told of written complaints’ against Dominic Raab before he came back

The Times/The Sunday Times 04 Dec 2022
Downing Street was told written complaints had been made against Dominic Raab when Rishi Sunak brought him back into government, it is claimed.
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EXCLUSIVE EXTRACT: 'The virus isn't really killing many people - how can we justify all ...

The Daily Mail 04 Dec 2022
Thursday, April 9, 2020. Boris is out of intensive care! More good news ... At least we're not going to have to kill anyone's cats ... [Dominic] Cummings is itching for me to fail ... Next? ... [Dominic] Raab, [Grant] Shapps and Sunak all want to keep the borders open ... Boris Johnson's chief advisor Dominic Cummings arrives at Downing Street on April 24, 2020 ... Bingo!.
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Dominic Raab secretly pledges Britain will stay in the ECHR amid migration crisis

The Sun 03 Dec 2022
DOMINIC Raab has secretly assured Tory wets that Britain will stay in the European Convention on Human Rights ... She was upset because the ECHR blocked moves to deport migrants to Rwanda — but Mr Raab told the MPs her call was pie in the sky ... Mr Raab told another meeting ...
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Secret plan to elect new PM if Boris died of Covid revealed by Matt Hancock

Metro UK 03 Dec 2022
Boris Johnson was admitted to intensive care the day after he was hospitalised for Covid (Picture. Getty) ... He was admitted to intensive care the next day, which left ‘everyone stunned’, Mr Hancock said. He went on ... Dominic Raab, who was serving in his first stint as deputy prime minister, carried out Mr Johnson’s functions while he was incapacitated.
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Dominic Raab urged to release prisoners jailed under abolished IPP scheme

The Guardian 02 Dec 2022
Thousands of prisoners still serving indefinite sentences in England and Wales, even for low-level ...
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Overlie, Indians defend 3A state championship

Elko Daily Free Press 02 Dec 2022
Anthony Mori. ELKO — In 1989, the Elko wrestling team won the state championship. Last season, head coach Mitch Overlie and Indians ended a 33-year gap between titles — reclaiming the 3A state crown — also notching their first regional championship since 1992 ... Submitted ... In the championship, he dominated Boulder City’s Mick Raabe by a 9-1 decision ... .
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Dominic Raab dubbed 'Dumbbell Dom' as he demands gym time on every working day

The Mirror 01 Dec 2022
Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab has earned the nickname "Dumbbell Dom" after telling officials they must block at least an hour in his ministerial diary each day so he can work out in a private gym in the basement of the Ministry of Justice ... .

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