Cycle campaigners are demanding better safety measures in London once again, following the death of another cyclist.
The man, said to be in his forties, died after colliding with a lorry outside Holborn Tube Station this morning.
The lorry-driver has been arrested. Nick Thatcher reports
A cycling campaign group has organised a protest ride in the wake of the death.
The London Cycling Campaign sent their "deepest sympathy to family and friends of the latest victim."
It will take place tomorrow at 6.30pm, starting at Russell Square.
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