Raab, who also quit as justice secretary, tendered his resignation in a letter on Friday.
British Deputy Prime Minister and Justice Secretary Dominic Raab has tendered his resignation.
He resigned on Friday, following a months-long independent investigation into formal complaints about his behaviour.
In a letter to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak published on Twitter, Raab said the inquiry had set a dangerous precedent, but that he would remain supportive of the government.
“I called for the inquiry and undertook to resign, if it made any finding of bullying whatsoever. I believe it is important to keep my word,” Raab said.
He complained about employees leaking details of his behaviour to the media, and added: “In setting the threshold for bullying so low, this inquiry has set a dangerous precedent. It will encourage spurious complaints against Ministers, and have a chilling effect on those driving change on behalf of your government – and ultimately the British people.”
He said he felt “duty bound to accept the outcome of the inquiry” but said it “dismissed all but two of the claims levelled against me”.