Conservative MP Jamie Wallis Charged Over Car Crash
Jamies Wallis (center) has been charged with four offences
Conservative MP for Bridgend Jamie Wallis has been charged with four driving offences following a car crash in November.
The Conservative MP has been charged with failing to stop following a road traffic collision, failure to report a road traffic collion, driving without due care and attention and leaving a vehicle in a dangerous position.
He will appear in front of magistrates on 10 May following a crash in late November.
In a statement, South Wales Police said it had been "investigating a road traffic collision which happened in Llanblethian, Cowbridge, in the early hours of Sunday, November 28, 2021."
The statement added: "Jamie Wallis, 37, from Cowbridge has been charged with failing to stop following a road traffic collision, failure to report a road traffic collision, driving without due care and attention and leaving a vehicle in a dangerous position."
The Conservative backbencher, who is the first MP to come out as trans, was elected to represent Bridgend at the 2019 election.
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