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Police are ‘looking into’ Rishi Sunak not wearing a seatbelt while filming an video in a car


Police are ‘looking into’ Rishi Sunak not wearing a seatbelt in his official car while recording a video for his Instagram earlier today.

The Prime Minister acknowledged the ‘error of judgment’ after a now-removed clip appeared to show Mr Sunak in the back of a moving car without a seatbelt on.

Lancashire police said they were aware of matter and are making inquiries.

The law states that car users must wear a seatbelt if one is fitted in their seat, with only a few exceptions.

A fine of up to £500 can be issued if someone does not wear a seatbelt.

A Downing Street spokesman said this afternoon: ‘That was a brief error of judgment. The Prime Minister removed his seatbelt to film a short clip.’

Mr Sunak ‘fully accepts this was a mistake and apologises’, the spokesman added.

‘The Prime Minister believes everyone should wear a seatbelt,’ the spokesman said.

‘It was an error of judgment, he removed it for a short period of time to film a clip, which you’ve seen, but he accepts that was a…



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