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Braverman Asked Civil Servants to Help With Speeding Fine: Times

(Bloomberg) -- UK Home Secretary Suella Braverman asked civil servants to help her avoid a speeding fine and penalty points on her driving license, the Times of London reported.

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She sought a private, one-to-one driving awareness course to avoid an in-person course or an online one where her name and face would be visible to other participants. Her requests were refused and Braverman opted to pay a fine and take three points on her license, the newspaper reported.

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Braverman was caught speeding outside London last summer while she was attorney general and made the request while she was home secretary in the short-lived government of former Prime Minister Liz Truss.

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