He announced his resignation on his Twitter account, and according to eurointegration.com.ua, this happened after an official investigation confirmed the legality of some of the allegations made against him. In his statement, he stated that he had called for an investigation and promised to resign if any harassment was found, and he decided to keep his word.
The investigation concluded that over four and a half years, Raab did not exhibit aggression, rudeness, or other forms of physical intimidation towards government officials, but two of the allegations were substantiated. He apologized for any unintentional stress or insults that may have occurred, but called the investigation’s conclusions “erroneous” and said it creates a “dangerous precedent” for Britain, setting “a low bar for bullying.”
Media reports indicate that at least 24 government officials complained about Raab’s inappropriate behavior, including harassment, aggression, rudeness, and unprofessionalism. The investigation acknowledged that some of these accusations were substantiated.