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Security minister Tom Tugendhat banned from driving for six months after using mobile at the wheel


Security minister Tom Tugendhat is banned from driving for six months after he was caught using mobile phone at the wheel of his 4×4

  • The Tory leadership contender said that he was using his phone to navigate
  • He already agreed to pay a penalty fine and surrender his driving licence 
  • But the Security Minister has now been banned for driving for six months

Security minister Tom Tugendhat has been banned for driving for six months after he was caught using his mobile phone at the wheel. 

The Conservative MP for Tonbridge and Malling, 49, has apologised after he was stopped by police in his Skoda 4×4 in Wandsworth in April. 

Mr Tugendhat, who stood for the Tory leadership after Boris Johnson stepped down, told an officer he was using his mobile phone to…



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