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Harriet Harman’s Sympathetic Background Story

by | 8th, January 2010

8184829 LABOUR Party deputy leader Harriet Harman has admitted driving without due care and attention. The minister was fined £350 and ordered to pay £75 costs and a victim surcharge of £15 after her lawyer entered the guilty plea at City of Westminster Magistrates’ Court.

The court heard that a second charge of driving while using a mobile phone had been withdrawn.

Had it not have been, things would have been interesting, after all it was Labour that introduced the law to ban driving with a mobile phone in 2003, when Miss Harman was, er,  Solicitor General.

But lest we think Harman damaged in any way, a spokeswoman for the Cabinet

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