Should cyclists who put peoples' lives at risk face tougher laws?
Should cyclists face the same consequences as drivers if they injure or even kill someone on the roads?
The government will review whether cyclists who put lives at risk should face tougher laws, including an equivalent charge of causing death by dangerous driving.
The review comes just days after cyclist Charlie Alliston was jailed for 18 months for knocking over and killing mother-of-two Kim Briggs as he sped through east London on a track bike with no front brakes.
As part of a safety review, ministers are considering creating a 'death by dangerous cycling' offence. The decision is likely to anger cyclists and campaign groups but the family of Kim Briggs have welcomed the move.
Today we spoke to Transport Minister Jesse Norman MP about the issue.