Two thousand police officers will take to the streets of London to specifically look out for dangerous driving and cycling from next week.
The announcement was made today by London's Cycling Commissioner, who spoke with ITV London following the death of another cyclist in the capital today -- the sixth to die in less than a fortnight.
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