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https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-51687287


Sir Philip Rutnam said there had been a "vicious and orchestrated" campaign against him in Home Secretary Priti Patel's office.
Reported tensions between the pair included claims she mistreated officials - which she has denied.
The BBC's Laura Kuenssberg said Sir Philip's move was "highly unusual".
Our political editor added: "I can't remember a senior public official taking a step like this."
Sir Philip, who has had a career spanning 33 years, said he received allegations that Ms Patel's conduct towards employees included "shouting and swearing" and "belittling people".


Well this is really going to help with getting things done! I thought it might be 6 months before the Johnson project began to run aground but it looks as though things are getting banjaxed much faster than anticipated. We can now look forward to the Home Secretary digging herself and her boss into a bigger and bigger hole.
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