MP Harman admits driving charge

LABOUR deputy leader Harriet Harman, reputed to have a home on the Suffolk coast near Woodbridge, this morning pleaded guilty at City of Westminster Magistrates' Court to driving without due care and attention.

LABOUR deputy leader Harriet Harman, reputed to have a home on the Suffolk coast near Woodbridge, this morning pleaded guilty at City of Westminster Magistrates' Court to driving without due care and attention.

The court heard a second charge of driving while using a mobile phone had been withdrawn.

The minister, who was not present in court, was fined �350, ordered to pay �75 costs and a victim surcharge of �15. Her licence was also endorsed with three points.

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