Rishi Sunak claims Gavin Williamson’s texts to Wendy Morton are ‘not acceptable.’

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Rishi Moon stated that abusive texts by Sir Gavin Williamson to a colleague were “not acceptable and right.” He claimed he was aware of a “disagreement,” but not the details. The Prime Minister is being pressured to bring Sir Gavin back into Cabinet despite being warned that he was being investigated for bullying a female colleague. Sir Gavin, Cabinet Office minister, is being investigated over a series of threatening and abusive messages he sent to Wendy Morton, the chief Tory whip at the time. He complained that he was excluded from the Queen’s funeral.

Sunak calls for ‘global mission for clean growth’ as Cop27 summit begins Johnson warns of climate change defeatism.’  Gavin Williamson’s text is not suitable or acceptable; PM says PAID CONTENT Meet the man who conquered Snow don against the odds Sir Jake Berry, former chairman of the Conservative Party, informed Mr. Sunak that Ms. Morton had filed a formal complaint about the messages on the day he assumed office. They included Sir Gavin’s angry accusations that she sought to “punish” MPs who had fallen out of favor with Liz Truss. He did this by excluding them all from the Queen’s funeral. The Sunday Times obtained the exchange of texts, and he concluded by saying, “Well, let’s see how many times you f*** with us all over again.” There is a price for everything. Sunak stated that they were neither acceptable nor suitable. “It was a hard time for our party at that time, but people should always be treated with respect.” “I am glad Gavin expressed his regret. “There is an independent complaint procedure which is in place, it is right and reasonable that we let it conclude.” Ms. Morton told the BBC she was concerned about Sir Gavin’s text messages last month. Sir Jake and Ms. Morton both lost their jobs in the restructuring, while Sir Gavin, a former chief whip who supported Mr. Sunak, returned to Government. Labor and the Liberal Democrats claim that the incident raises doubts about Mr. Sunak’s judgment. Oliver Dowden, Chancellor of Lancaster, said that Mr. Sunak was aware of the complaint and made Sir Gavin a Cabinet Office Minister. First, however, he needed to learn the details of the exchanges. According to Mr. Dowden, Sophy Ridge On Sunday’s program, “But in terms of the specific allegations, and the specific exchange, it was not known by the Prime Minister until last night. “When asked if Mr. Sunak believed in Sir Gavin Williamson, Mr. Dowden replied: “Of course, the Prime Minister still believes in Gavin Williamson.” No ten stated to the BBC that the Prime Minister considers expletive-laden texts from Mr. Williamson from a colleague “unacceptable.” Mr. Dowden stated that Sir Gavin regretted sending Ms. Morton the messages during a “difficult period” for the Conservative Party after the election of Ms. Truss as the leader. “These were sent in frustration, in the heat of each moment. It was difficult for the party. “He now admits that he shouldn’t have done it, and he regrets doing it,” Mr. Dowden stated. “Thankfully, we are now in a better position as a party.” According to the messages, Sir Gavin complained that it was “inferior” that privy councilors, senior politicians who advise the monarch, were excluded from the Westminster Abbey funeral. Ms. Morton repeated her assertion that the claims were baseless and that the Government was allocated a “minimal” number of tickets. Most of these tickets went to Cabinet members.

Williamson replied to the messages: “Well certainly looks at it which thinks is very shit. Perception becomes a reality.” Remember to tell me how it works. “It is clear how you will treat many of us, which is very stupid. You need to show more interest in bringing things together. “This also shows how you have rigged it is disgusting that you use her death to punish people who support you, which is absolutely disgusting.” Sir Jake stated to the paper that the Conservative Party chief Executive had informed him on October 24th that Sir Gavin had filed a complaint regarding “bullying and intimidation” of his parliamentary colleagues. He said, “In conformity with protocol, as party chairman, i informed both the new prime minister and his incoming chief executive officer about the complaint on a single day.” According to The Sunday Times, Mr. Sunak didn’t recall any conversation details. When Sir Gavin was prime minister, Boris Johnson made him a privy councilor. Many Tory MPs view him with suspicion because of his reputation as an inveterate plotter. He was first fired by Theresa May, as defense secretary, for leakage details at a national Security Council meeting. Then he was fired by Mr. Johnson as education secretary in protest over the Covid-19 A levels disaster. Angela Rayner, Labor deputy leader, said that Mr. Sunak’s decision not to bring Sir Gavin back into Government called into question his judgment. She said that although Gavin Williamson was twice removed from Cabinet, it did not mean that he would be a threat to national security. “Rishi’s promise to restore integrity, professionalism and accountability has been revealed as empty words.” He’s not stopping the rot at Downing Street. Instead, he’s allowing it to fester.” Sky News’ shadow climate change secretary Ed Multiband said these are serious issues. But, he added: “I think it really questions Rishi Sunak’s judgment and how he made decisions regarding his Cabinet.” A spokesperson for the Conservative Party said there is a robust complaint process within the party.

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