A surge in cycling deaths in London has prompted the Metropolitan Police to deploy 650 officers to the capital's busiest junctions later today.
The surge wiill see 2,500 officers will hand out leaflets and fixed penalty notices at 166 junctions marked as the capital's worst after six cyclists died in two weeks in collisions with lorries, buses, and coaches - some mere hours apart.
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