The Mayor's cycle superhighways have come under attack from a senior Coroner who has warned they are putting lives at risk. In her report into the deaths of two cyclists, Coroner Mary Hassell describes the blue cycle lanes as 'confusing', and warns they lure users into a false sense of security.
She's urged the Mayor and Transport for London to take action to stop more people being killed on the capital's roads. Our Political Correspondent Simon Harris reports.
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