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What do you know about Britain’s ex-deputy prime minister after Dominic Raab accepted his resignation over threats? – World news

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has announced the resignation of his deputy and Justice Minister Dominic Raab. He resigned today following media reports that he had mistreated employees while working in several government departments. Will be replaced by Oliver Dowden.

Al-Watan reviews the most important facts you may not know about former British Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab in the following lines:

Dominic Raab was born in 1974 in Buckinghamshire, an English county located in the south-east of England, and he was born in the south-east on the border of the British capital, London.

He held many positions

The British former Deputy Prime Minister belongs to the Conservative Party in Britain and has held several posts.In addition to assuming the duties of the Ministry of Justice, he has held the title of Lord Chancellor in the “Rishi Sunak” government since October. 25, 2022.

Member of Parliament for “Esher and Walton” for 13 years

Rob has been successful in winning the MP seat for Esher and Walton since 2010, and he also served as Minister for the UK’s Withdrawal from the EU from 9 July to 15 November 2018.

It is noteworthy that Dominic Raab assumed several positions such as First Secretary of State and Foreign Minister at the beginning of his involvement in political work during the period from July 24, 2019 to September 15, 2021.

He won a seat in the British Parliament from 6 May 2010 to 30 March 2015, becoming the fifty-fifth Member of the United Kingdom.

Graduated from Cambridge, studied law and worked as a lawyer

His full name is Dominique René Raab, and he graduated from Cambridge University, where he studied law and trained as a barrister before entering politics.

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He likes martial arts: Karate

The former British Deputy Prime Minister belongs to the Conservative Party, and one of his main hobbies is practicing martial arts.