Home Secretary Suella Braverman has been accused of asking civil servants to help her avoid a speeding fine and a driving awareness course alongside other motorists by arranging a private session instead.

The Prime Minister declined to answer when asked if she had his backing – as our political correspondent Rob Powell reports.

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