An MP has called for a “system change” after she was stopped by police while travelling in a car in east London.
Former shadow equalities minister Dawn Butler accused the Met Police of racial profiling after the stop on Sunday.
Labour MP Ms Butler told BBC Breakfast she had agreed to meet local police commanders to discuss “taking the bias out of the system”.
The Met said the stop was a mistake caused by an officer incorrectly entering the car’s registration number.
Ms Butler said it had been 20 years since the Macpherson Report into the murder of Stephen Lawrence, which described the Met Police as “institutionally racist”.
“It’s about time we changed the system so it works for everyone and it’s effective,” she said.