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Civil servants have told Sky News how staff were repeatedly reduced to tears by Dominic Raab.

The deputy prime minister denies allegations of bullying – an inquiry into his behaviour is nearing completion.

Sky’s political editor Beth Rigby spoke to former staff members.

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