Results tagged “safety”
Police are concerned for the safety of a missing man from Lewisham.
Peter Joseph, 75, was last seen at his home around 8am on January 29.
Is cycling in London really as dangerous as many people believe?
The number of cyclists dying on the capital's roads last year was 16. This year 10 cyclists have already lost their lives.
First Person: James Perrin on cycling
I used to ride a mountain bike in the countryside and then came to London and brought it along. I found it scary at first but got the hang of it very quickly - it's the quickest way to get around.
It's exciting, clean, environmentally friendly, keeps you fit - you don't need a gym membership - and you don't pay for a travelcard.
By John Biggs
In the past week, we have seen the Government declare war on speed cameras - by cutting funds, cameras up and down the country have been switched off and as a result many speed limits at accident hot spots are no longer being enforced.
The politics of speed cameras is always interesting.
Thousands of Millwall fans have been left disappointed by the decision to limit the number of tickets available for the Carling Cup match with West Ham.
The Lions were initially given just 1,500 tickets for next Tuesday's game, despite being entitled to 3,000, because police are concerned about potential violence between fans.