Suella Braverman should quit if she broke ministerial code over speeding incident, says Starmer

Suella Braverman should quit if she is found to have broken the ministerial code over a speeding incident, Sir Keir Starmer said on Monday.The Labour leader said the Home Secretary’s actions appear to have been “inappropriate” after she allegedly asked civil servants and an aide to help her arrange a private speeding awareness course rather than take three points on her licence and a fine.Sir Keir told Good Morning Britain: “I don’t know all the facts but it looks to me as though the Home Secretary’s actions were inappropriate and they should be investigated.”