The Priti Patel bullying report says she broke the ministerial code, but the PM says she didn’t – 14 intentional takedowns
— Henry Mance (@henrymance) November 19, 2020
It can’t be easy to unintentionally bully someone?
It’s easy to unintentionally bully someone.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) November 20, 2020
So. Smirkypants isn't really a bully, because when she bullies she isn't aware of anything amiss. Gotcha.
— Stephen McGann (@StephenMcGann) November 20, 2020
'She's a brilliant home secretary,' says Matt hancock of Priti Patel, after being bullied into finding something nice to say about her
— John Crace (@JohnJCrace) November 20, 2020
Has anyone a copy of the ministerial code? Priti Patel has, yet again, driven a coach and horses through hers.
— Peter Smith (@Redpeter99) November 19, 2020
Just unintentionally bullied the milkman.
— Michael Govern Ready (@mikegove12) November 20, 2020
We shouldn’t be surprised after seeing the way the Home Secretary has attempted to bully some of the world’s most vulnerable people risking their lives to try and find safety – and anyone sticking up for their legal rights
That certainly wasn’t unintentional
— Liam Thorp (@LiamThorpECHO) November 20, 2020
In conclusion, Tom Peck spotted the precedent the government just – unintentionally – set.
Well this is great news for anyone who pitches up to Dover in a dinghy. Just tell @pritipatel it was an accident and you’re in the clear.
(Tough on everyone else. Verrrrrrry easy on herself.) https://t.co/K60Me0CSs2
— Tom Peck (@tompeck) November 19, 2020