Law enforcement are investigating a collision involving the Labour leader, Sir Keir Starmer, in which a cyclist was taken to healthcare facility.
Starmer is recognized to have been driving by way of north-west London all-around midday on Sunday when the crash occurred in Kentish Town.
A spokesman for the opposition leader stated he claimed the incident to a police station shortly later on and has been in touch with the individual included.
Starmer is not believed to have been hurt in the accident and is stated to have been driving his have auto at the time.
The Sunshine newspaper stated a witness – IT developer Nicolas Janes, 39 – heard a “loud bang” and then noticed a cyclist on the pavement.
A spokesman Starmer stated: “Keir was included in a minor street targeted traffic accident on Sunday.
“He spoke to a British Transport Law enforcement officer who attended the scene and swapped details with the officer and the other particular person included.
“Keir stayed at the scene until finally the ambulance arrived. Later on that afternoon, he claimed the incident to a police station in accordance with the legislation. Since the incident, Keir has also been in touch with the other particular person included.”
The Metropolitan police refused to ensure Starmer was included in the accident, but stated the driver was not arrested.
The drive stated in a assertion: “Police were being alerted by LAS (London Ambulance Service) at all-around 12.20hrs on Sunday 25 Oct to a report of a street targeted traffic collision among a cyclist and auto in Grafton Street, NW5.
“The driver of the auto had stopped at the scene and exchanged details with the cyclist but had remaining prior to officers arrived.
“The male cyclist received a minor injury to his arm and was taken to healthcare facility by LAS as a precaution.
“Officers later attempted to speak to the driver of the auto and remaining a concept advising him to report the issue to police.
“The driver of the auto subsequently attended a north London police station. He was not arrested or interviewed beneath warning.
“An investigation into the collision is ongoing by officers from the Roads and Transport Policing Command.”
A London Ambulance Service spokeswoman additional: “We were being termed at 12.08pm yesterday (Sunday) to stories of a street targeted traffic collision involving a auto and a cyclist on Grafton Street, NW5.
“We despatched an ambulance crew to the scene. A individual was dealt with at the scene and taken to a healthcare facility.”