Children's Secretary Endangers Life of Own Kids Through Selfish Use of Technology ... is a headline that you might read in some of the more right wing tabloids today.
Yes, children's secretary Ed Balls has become the latest politician to have his knuckles rapped by the long arm of the law.
In a rather wonderfully ironic tale, Balls was fined £60 and given three points on his licence after being caught using a mobile phone while driving at the weekend. The excuse? He took the phone off the hands-free cradle because he didn't want to wake his sleeping children in the back.
Balls is, of course, not the first politician to get into difficulties on the road. His Labour colleague Harriet Harman was fined several hundred pounds after pleading guilty to driving without due care.
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