We know that head injuries are rare, most fatalities are crushes to the body so a helmet is no use in this instance.
Head injuries for cyclists are rare and if cyclists are to wear helmets so should pedestrians and car drivers who are far more likely to have a head injury...
We've too much debt and too little real economic output, until that is rebalanced we're going no where. and it won't be a pleasant process...
The internal combustion engine - diesel and petrol - are not compatible with urban living and will have to be phased out entirely sooner rather than later. That's not going to be politically easy to do, but it will have to be done...!
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