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Road safety checks on London's cyclists and drivers

26 November 2013 Last updated at 14:29 GMT

Some 118 cyclists were killed on British roads last year, and six died on London's streets in just 14 days this month, leading to police out in force stopping those on two and four wheels who fail to obey the Highway Code.

Adam Fleming braved the rush hour roads to talk to cyclists, and Det Ch Supt Glyn Jones of the Metropolitan Police, about the advice and tickets being handed out to improve road safety.

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