"#ealing Only 11% of @Conservatives supporting #space4cycling & just 10% of @EalingLD -must be more of you? http://www.lcc.org.uk/candidates
@EalingCC" and then they have Pickles.
"The Lib Dems, for instance, have made a formal commitment to a pro-cycling policy that includes plans to create a cycling budget of at least £10 per person per year and to oblige local authorities to provide for cyclists in the design of all new roads. But the results on the ground ("No @EnfieldLibDems candidates supporting #space4cycling in #Enfield. Can this be true?") can be quite revealing."
" Labour too has set out an eight-point "manifesto for cycling", which includes a commitment to long-term funding of the infrastructure needed for dedicated separate safe cycling routes. Again, at a local level it appears the political will is sometimes lacking. " Indeed, they had rather a long time in government ISTR, during which investment in cycling facilities ?improved dramatically? (or not).
Just to be balanced like ...