A remarkable day.
I went to ‘Funeral March’ along Oxford Street in protest against deaths and injuries across the country, not just from London. I come from Kent which has the most unsafest roads in the country, and not just people get killed, but horses too. We marched along to Elton John, ‘A Candle in the Wind, ‘Morning has Broken’ and some classical music which one cyclist said ‘was a bit Soviet’. We had the bagpipes, which brought a lump in my throat. Right at the front, were two ‘funeral horses’.
400 cyclists and other road users in mass ‘die in’ at Marble March. This photo was taken by me ‘having died’.
‘Pall bearers carrying the ‘coffin’
Caroline Russell, of the Green Party, saying that we CAN do something to tackle pollution
Mme Vesco tells her moving account of how her 20-year-old daughter, Marie Vesco, was run over by motorist whilst cycling along…
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