Killer cyclists face tougher jail sentences under crackdown proposed by Grant Shapps 

Killer cyclists face tougher jail sentences under a crackdown proposed by the Transport Secretary.

Grant Shapps wants to close an ‘archaic’ legal hole which means riders who kill pedestrians can be jailed for a maximum of only two years.

Mr Shapps wants reckless cyclists to be treated the same as reckless motorists, and hit out at ‘a selfish minority’ of aggressive riders. He said an overhaul was needed to ‘impress on cyclists the real harm they can cause when speed is combined with…

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