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Over 5,000 people contact MPs to lobby for Highway Code rule change

Over 5,000 people have already contacted their MP to lobby for a change in the Highway Code, as part of British Cycling’s Turning the Corner campaign.

Published on: 24/03/2017

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British Cycling launches Commute Smart videos with tips and advice for cyclists

British Cycling launches a new video campaign, Commute Smart, with tips and advice to help support people on bikes to get more out of their commute.

Published on: 24/03/2017

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Chris Boardman launches next stage of Turning the Corner campaign

Thousands signed British Cycling’s Turning the Corner petition calling for changes to the Highway Code, which was handed into the Department for Transport by policy advisor Chris Boardman

Published on: 15/03/2017

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British Cycling calls for further action and investment following deaths of three cyclists in London in a week

Campaigns manager Martin Key says it's vital further tragedies are prevented.

Published on: 10/02/2017

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Chris Boardman answers your FAQs about the #TurningTheCorner campaign

British Cycling policy advisor responds to the most frequently asked questions surrounding the proposals for safer junctions

Published on: 19/01/2017

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Chris Boardman: Support British Cycling's Turning the Corner campaign

Plea follows comments made by the transport secretary Chris Grayling MP who claimed that “cyclists are not road users”

Published on: 18/01/2017

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Chris Grayling’s comments show “astonishing lack of knowledge” on cycling says Boardman

Chris Boardman responds to transport secretary Chris Grayling's comment that “cyclists are not road users”.

Published on: 12/01/2017

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Government’s whiplash clamp down would hamper compensation for injured cyclists

British Cycling responds to the government’s proposals to limit whiplash claims by saying that the move would result in injured cyclists being denied access to justice and adequate compensation.

Published on: 11/01/2017

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