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Chris Boardman leads cycling, motoring and pedestrian groups in call for junction rule change

British Cycling joins forces with The AA and pedestrian groups in calling for a ’universal’ rule to give way when turning in order create simpler, safer junctions for all road users.

Published on: 08/12/2016

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British Cycling statement on government's proposed 'whiplash claims' reforms

British Cycling expresses disappointment at government’s consultation on reforming the whiplash claims process.

Published on: 06/12/2016

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London mayor's new cycling budget "a further step forward"

British Cycling welcomes increased investment in cycling in the capital announced by Sadiq Khan.

Published on: 05/12/2016

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Statement by British Cycling’s policy adviser Chris Boardman

British Cycling policy adviser Chris Boardman issues statement in response to media reports regarding a meeting with London's deputy mayor for transport.

Published on: 16/11/2016

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Give tax breaks to people who take up cycling to work, says British Cycling

Tax incentives for companies that invest in cycling facilities will also be put to the government as workable solutions for revolutionising the way people travel for short journeys 

Published on: 08/11/2016

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Response from government "missed opportunity" on responsible countryside access says British Cycling

British Cycling is calling for a meeting with the Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs after the department provided a “lacklustre response” to call for better public access to outdoor places for mountain biking

Published on: 02/11/2016

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Cycling infrastructure: Deloitte adds its voice to growing calls for improvements

World-leading professional services firm Deloitte joins Great Britain’s Olympic cycling medallists in calling for sustainable cycling transport.

Published on: 19/10/2016

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Investment for cycling would be best honour, Olympians tell prime minister

Medallists from the Rio 2016 Olympics sign letter to prime minister Theresa May asking her to create “a legacy of everyday cycling.”

Published on: 01/09/2016

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