PRITI Patel has apologised after a probe found “staff felt bullied” at the Home Office under her leadership.
But Boris Johnson has stood by Ms Patel and refused to sack her – the PM ordered MPs to “form a square” of protection around her.
Ms Patel said in a statement: “I am sorry that my behaviour in the past has upset people.
“It has never been my intention to cause upset to anyone.”
But Mr Johnson’s top adviser on ministerial standards quit over his decision not to give the Home Secretary the boot.
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