Dangerous cycling campaign
11 April 2011, 11:48 | Updated: 14 April 2011, 11:54
A family are campaigning to get tougher sentences for people who kill through dangerous cycling after the death of their daughter.
Rhiannon Bennett, 17, died after being hit by a cyclist in Buckingham in 2007. Instead of being jailed, the rider got away with just a two thousand two hundred pound fine.
The Bennett family are being supported in their fight by their MP, Andrea Leadsom, who represents South Northamptonshire. The family have had a brief meeting with the Roads Safety Minister Mike Penning and they're hoping for a longer meeting with the minister after Easter.