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It’s confusing, isn’t it? writes Will McCallum, Greenpeace, Newington Green.

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My rationed exercise on Tuesday saw me cycling to Hampstead, walking up Parliament Hill and up to Highgate, and freewheeling down Highgate Hill towards home.

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Hackney, it seems, has a policy of tolerance for bikes that push the boundaries of what I used to know as the Highway Code. So far so good – I have a bike, writes Ken Rolph, Hackney.

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I understand the anxiety and worry that the coronavirus outbreak may be causing you and your family.

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On Sunday I gave £4 to someone who was begging. Aren’t I quite the hero?

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While the COVID-19 situation is worrying we shouldn’t panic. The panic could be worse than the disease.

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The mayor claims to have met his target of tripling protected space for cycling but has only been able to do so by counting lots of disconnected sections of cycleway and routes around entire junctions, including some as short as 100m, writes Caroline Russell AM, Londonwide.

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So it looks like this time around the virus scare is the real thing and it will be a time for humanity to show its mettle.

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It has been a very wet winter, writes Will McCallum, Greenpeace UK, Newington Green

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I used to love a stroll around Hackney Downs. The fresh air, the greenery, the patches on the picnic tables where people have used disposable barbecues and it’s melted a perfect rectangle in the plastic, all of that would brighten my day.

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