Rishi Sunak decides not to launch ethics investigation into Suella Braverman

Rishi Sunak has determined in opposition to launching an ethics investigation into the house secretary over her dealing with of a dashing offence.

The UK prime minister stated he had concluded that Suella Braverman’s actions “don’t quantity to a breach of the ministerial code”, following claims she had requested civil servants to hunt particular remedy to keep away from penalty factors on her driving licence.

On Wednesday Sunak stated he had consulted Sir Laurie Magnus, his ethics adviser, who stated “additional investigation will not be crucial”.

In a letter to Braverman, the prime minister stated it could have been “higher” to “keep away from giving rise to the notion of impropriety”, however added that she had apologised, expressed remorse and supplied a full account of occasions.

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