A lawyer for a cyclist has suggested that lawyers should have more fun.
A cyclist was killed by a motorist on the Bournemouth waterfront last year after she hit a cyclist who was riding alongside her on a cycle track.
The collision occurred on the M25 on the morning of 28 January, and the woman’s family have said she was hit by the cyclist.
The woman was pronounced dead on the scene, while the man who was cycling was treated by paramedics.
A spokeswoman for the BNP said the death was a tragedy for all the families involved and their thoughts were with them.
She added that the road should be made safer and that the number of cyclists on the roads should increase to allow for more safe cycling.
More: Bike lanes are being installed in the city centre and cyclists are encouraged to use them.
The borough’s Cycling Action Group is calling for more cyclists to be given a green card.
___________________________________________________________ The lawyer who’s got the job is named.
The job description on the official website is ‘the legal services manager of an experienced and well-respected London barrister’.
The job is not on the LinkedIn page of the lawyer, but the name and profile picture appear to be the same.
It says the position is available to work from April to June 2019, but that the position will be vacant until the summer of 2020.
In a tweet, the lawyer tweeted: The lawyer is an extremely talented and experienced person.
The position is filled on a temporary basis and is not permanent.
It said it was ‘deeply saddened’ by the loss of a colleague, and it added that it was committed to ‘supporting the families of the deceased cyclist’.
____________________________________________________ A man who works in the same office as the lawyer has been suspended for two months and has not returned to work.
An investigation by the Metropolitan Police is ongoing, but an investigation is currently ongoing into the death of the cyclist, and whether there are other incidents involving the same driver that are not being reported.
The Metropolitan Police are urging anyone who may have seen the cyclist’s name on the legal services job posting to contact them.