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CDF to support Michael Mason’s family's quest for justice

The bereaved family of cyclist Michael Mason will begin their quest for justice after the Cyclists’ Defence Fund (CDF) confirmed today (Friday 19 December) that it will provide funding to support their case. CDF is a linked charity established by CTC, the national cycling charity, with the remit to deal with issues related to cycling and the law.

Summons for cyclist fined for pavement cycling

A cyclist whose legal challenge is being supported by the Cyclists Defence Fund has received a court summons for failing to pay a fine for pavement cycling.

Kristian Gregory was fined in August on New Kent Road in London by a Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) taking part in Operation Safeway, a high-profile Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) initiative aimed at improving both driver and cyclist safety.

Kent police ordered to review fatal collision investigation

This article was originally published on road.cc Kent Police has been ordered to review its investigation into the 2011 death of a cyclist after an internal report revealed a series of inadequacies, but concluded that the investigation had been carried out correctly overall. Following a complaint from the family of Richard Jordan, the Independent Police Complaints Commission has told the Kent force it must review their concerns.

Campaigners call for secure funding for cycling and walking

Six campaigning organisations have joined forces to support amendments to the Infrastructure Bill in order to force the Government to plan for much greater investment in cycling and walking.

h3. Safeguard and boost investment in cycling and walking

The suggested amendment to the Bill proposes an investment plan similar to the one used for the railways, which has contributed to the increase in rail traffic to the levels of the 1920s.

Young cyclists sought for awareness raising project

FixersUK is a charity that helps motivated 16-25 year olds raise awareness of the issues that are most important to them in creative ways, by using multi-media techniques such as short films, graphic design and music. The completed projects are regularly featured on ITV News.

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