The widow of the latest cyclist to be killed on London's roads has claimed that the roundabout where he died is a 'deathtrap'.
Fatima Malah today laid flowers today at the spot in Elephant and Castle where her husband lost his life.
47-year-old Abdelkhalak Lahyani died in an accident with a lorry four days ago.
And as demonstrators gathered to protest about poor safety provision for London's bike users, another cylist was injured in a crash with a van in Shoreditch. James Banks has our report:
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Camden Council is evacuating five tower in the Chalcots estate in north London, to allow "urgent fire safety works" to take place.
Scotland Yard said it was taking action under public order laws over the marches "due to concerns of serious public disorder".
The Football Association says it is hoped that the match will raise around £1.25million for the victims.