Cyclists’ ‘die-in’ takes place to remember Moira Gemmill

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Cyclists’ ‘die-in’ takes place to remember Moira Gemmill

A protest took place last night on Lambeth Bridge to remember a cyclist who was killed there after being hit by a lorry earlier this month. 

Moira Gemmill was a designer at the V & A, and was chosen by the Queen to head the design of the Royal Collection.

She was the 5th cyclist to die on the capital's roads so far this year. 

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