The family of a cyclist killed by a lorry in Notting Hill says they are devastated that the European Commission has rejected their proposals for new road safety measures.
Eilidh Cairn's family want to make it compulsory for HGVs to have blind-spot cameras and sensors.
Phil Bayles reports.
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