Government making ‘slow progress’ on cutting road casualty numbers


Figures from the Department for Transport (DfT) have revealed 1,713 people were killed on UK roads in 2013, representing a 2% drop on the previous year. Some 21,657 people also suffered serious injuries, 6% fewer than in 2012.

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