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Cyclist’s death shows need to ‘prioritise people’ on London’s streets, inquest hears

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Inquest hears how Peter Fisher, who was a homeopath to the Queen, was crushed by lorryThe death, in a cycling accident, of a physician who worked for the Queen was an unnecessary waste of life that should prompt change to make London’s roads safer, his sister has said.Peter Fisher, 67, who worked as a homeopath to the Royal Household from 2002 until his death on 15 August last year, was run over by a lorry during the morning rush hour. Continue reading…

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