MP: local tragedies sparked my road safety campaign

Lizzie Edmonds
May 2013
Evening Standard;5/20/2013, p32
LABOUR'S justice spokesman has told how two tragedies on the roads in his south London constituency led him to campaign for greater safety measures for pedestrians.


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