The cyclist knocked down by a motorist in Norfolk who then tweeted about it, has welcomed an apology from her
A driver who boasted on Twitter about colliding with a cyclist has apologised for what she calls a "stupid tweet".
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The cyclist knocked down by a motorist who then tweeted about it, has welcomed an apology from her.
Trainee chef Toby Hockley was taking part in a cycling event in Norfolk on Sunday when the incident happened.
'Definitely knocked a cyclist off his bike earlier - I have right of way he doesn't even pay road tax! #bloody cyclists.'
Tweet from Emma Way
Competitors from around the world are preparing for the Houghton Hall Horse Trials which get underway today.
Seven hundred horses and riders are taking part in the event in the grounds of Houghton Hall, near Fakenham, in Norfolk. Today sees competitors taking part in the dressage and cross country events.
A primary schools expert from the University of East Anglia will today call on education secretary Michael Gove to withdraw his plans for a new curriculum.
Senior lecturer and researcher Sue Cox will deliver a petition of more than 2,000 names to the minister. She says the education secretary's current proposals will fail children.
The petition includes signatures from teacher, parents, grandparents and university professors. They believe the Government's plans for a new curriculum has not taken into account the experience and expertise of the teaching profession.
Former Python and world traveller Michael Palin has been in Norfolk. He was at Fakenham Junior School following in the footsteps of his grandfather.
Kate Prout reports...