Former senior civil servants have leveled accusations against UK Deputy Prime Minister and Justice Secretary Dominic Raab, alleging he behaved offensively and used demeaning tactics to establish himself as the most powerful person in the room.
He is currently under investigation by senior lawyer Adam Tolley, though he has repeatedly denied these bullying claims.
Eight formal complaints have been lodged against him.
Dominic Raab is facing more bullying allegations after a former senior civil servant claimed that the justice secretary behaved "like a monster at times".
Previously, Gina Miller, a Remain campaigner, accused him of using abusive language towards her during a 2016 TV appearance.
Both allegations coincide with an official inquiry that Mr. Raab is facing, investigating accusations of bullying made against him.
Mr. Raab has continually denied these allegations and stated that he has never sworn or shouted in a meeting.
The anonymous allegations illustrate the behavior of Raab in meetings as unpleasant and offensive.
The former whitehall worker claims that he found Raab's behavior "nasty and difficult, using demeaning tactics to make himself the most powerful person in the room."
The BBC News article cites an anonymous former senior civil servant who worked closely with Raab as claiming that Raab used "demeaning tactics to make himself the most powerful person in the room.
" The Mirror's report states that the same source claimed Raab "belittled" officials.
The Independent quotes the former senior civil servant who claims Raab "behaved like a monster at times.
" Despite these allegations, Raab reiterated his objections to the accusations put before him, and the investigations are ongoing.