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    Concerns for the safety of roadside recovery workers have this week been raised in the House of Commons during a debate on Road Safety.

    Tracey Crouch, Conservative MP for Chatham and Aylesford Commons raised the issue after meeting Sam Cockerill, whose partner was killed instantly in September 2017 when a HGV strayed on to the hard shoulder of the M25 and hit him while he was recovering a stranded vehicle.

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