British Home Secretary Suella Braverman is suspected of trying to get preferential treatment after speeding.
The case has already led the opposition to call for an investigation into Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, who said during the G7 summit that ended this Sunday in Japan that “not all the details of what happened” are known.
Counselors will be asked to arrange a private course on traffic rules to avoid taking this course with a group of other motorists to avoid the Minister being fined for speeding and losing points on his driving licence.
“I understand she regretted speeding, accepted the permit and paid the fine,” her spokesman said only, quoted by PA, assuring the minister that she had “clear” confidence in the prime minister.
The home minister’s appointment has already come under fire after he was sacked by the previous government for improperly sending an official document from a private email address.
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