The first thing that must be said is that this whole affair is a great tragedy for the victim and…
paul gannon

I agree that cycling is now in a ‘be careful what you wish for’ situation regarding any review of road law. The push for a sentencing review of serious driving offences, if it’s seen as coming from cycling advocates, will inevitably start with an examination of cyclist behaviour, and I can’t see that leading anywhere good in the current atmosphere.

I’m not convinced that tweaking the justice system is the answer to the suppression of cycling in the UK anyway, but that’s a subject for another blog post.

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