The widow of a cyclist who died when he was knocked over on a busy junction is calling on the driver of the lorry that hit him to join her in campaigning for safer roads for cyclists.
Lorry driver David Cox was given a six-month suspended sentence this week, after admitting causing the death of Brian Dorling by dangerous driving.
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