Keir Starmer news: Labour leader speaks to police following road accident | UK | News (Reports)


Police are investigating in the wake of the incident in Kentish Town in North West London. A witness said they heard “a loud bang” and saw a cyclist on the ground who was “in a lot of pain” after an accident involving the Labour leader.

The cyclist was taken to hospital with an injured left arm.

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Sir Keir, 58, exchanged insurance details with the cyclist before heading away from the scene.

The former Director of Public Prosecutions was asked to report to a police station.

A Met Police spokesman said: “Police were alerted by LAS at around 12.20hrs on Sunday 25 October to a report of a road traffic collision between a cyclist and car in Grafton Road, NW5.

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“The driver of the car had stopped at the scene and exchanged details with the cyclist but had left before officers arrived.

“The male cyclist received a minor injury to his arm and was taken to hospital by LAS as a precaution.

“Officers later attempted to contact the driver of the car and left a message advising him to report the matter to police.

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“The driver of the car subsequently attended a north London police station. He was not arrested or interviewed under caution.


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