Bad cycling boroughs named and shamed in parliamentary inquiry

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Ben Bradshaw MP called on a panel of witnesses to "name and shame" boroughs that fall behind in cycle provision in today's All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group evidence session.

In the penultimate of six Get Britain Cycling sessions, this one focussing on local authorities, the London Cycling Campaign's Tom Bogdanowicz did just that. He said London boroughs Barnet and Newham needed to do more to provide for cyclists, while the peer Lord Berkeley took aim at Westminster, the City of London and the Royal Parks.

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