Ministry of Justice agrees to look at bad driving laws

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Martin Jones, Deputy Director of Sentencing, Neighbourhood Justice and Transparency at the Ministry of Justice has agreed to look at the laws concerning bad driving after today's evidence session at the ‘Get Britain Cycling' parliamentary inquiry.

He made the comment after experts on road safety and cycling told a panel of peers and MPs from the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group that the UK needs tougher penalties and stronger policing of dangerous drivers if we are to get more people cycling.

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