Figures from the British Safety Council show that 88 young people between the ages of 16 and 24 have been killed at work in the UK in the last five years.
Motorists speeding through Flintshire have been issued with £240,000 worth of speeding fines in the last three years.
Nine cyclists have been killed in London so far this year, with the latest victim fatally injured on Tuesday after being struck by a tipper lorry.
Cambridge MP Julian Huppert suggested mid-September that motorists should be automatically liable for collisions with cyclists.
Norfolk policewoman Kelly Jones dropped her claim against a garage owner after she tripped over a kerb during a break-in investigation.
Two court rulings which have occurred in recent years have suggested that judges may start to penalise riders who decide not to wear a helmet on the roads.
Helmetless cyclists risk losing up to a quarter of any compensation they might receive following an accident.
The “disappointing” scale of the problem is becoming clearer by the day, with thousands suffering dangerous side effects of metal-on-metal hip implants.
A Canadian expert has claimed a ‘mental injury’ in the workplace is an “emerging topic that businesses are going to have to become familiar with”.
The furniture manufacturing industry is one which is rife with the highest accident rates.