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Sir Keir Starmer involved in 'minor road traffic accident' with cyclist

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Sir Keir Starmer involved in 'minor road traffic accident' with cyclist

Sir Keir Starmer involved in 'minor road traffic accident' with cyclist

Sir Keir Starmer was involved in a “minor road traffic accident” with acyclist on Sunday, a spokesman for the Labour leader has said.

The Sunnewspaper reported that the accident happened in Kentish Town, north-westLondon, and left the cyclist with minor injuries.


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