Banned driver jailed after breaking suspended term

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DISQUALIFIED driver Nicholas Masters has been jailed for four months.

The 32-year-old, of Knight Gardens, Drayton, admitted driving a Ford Transit while banned in Peronne Road, Hilsea, on November 15 last year.

He also admitted driving without insurance.

And he breached a suspended sentence imposed for failing to provide a specimen of blood after being caught driving on the M25 in April 2017.

Portsmouth magistrates banned him from driving for six months.

He must pay an £115 victim surcharge for the case.

His guilty plea was taken into account when he was sentenced.