I've been thinking about this:
No 10 staff 'phoned anti-bullying helpline'
and I've decided that I don't really give a shit. Brown's behaviour, as alleged, is nothing. Has he created a culture, in which bullying and cover-up is the accepted means of controlling staff? We're not told that. Does he encourage others, through antilocution, to ostracize certain individuals? Does he target particular individuals, and ridicule and humiliate them, both behind their backs and to their face, such that any respect and authority that they require to carry out their duties is completely stripped away? Does he withhold information from subordinates, and encourage others to withhold information, such that those targeted subordinates are unable to carry out their functions? Does he exclude certain people from meetings, where subject matter is being discussed with which those people are closely concerned? In short, does he convey to said targeted individuals that they are not wanted, without ever having the grounds or the balls to say so? We're not told any of that, either.
If he doesn't do any of these things, then he's just a bloke in a stressful job, who should learn to say "sorry" occasionally (assuming that the allegations are true, obviously). If he has done these things, then he's a cunt who's abused his position and he should quietly fuck off and get himself some therapy.