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Oct 3, 2022

[Answer] 1. Tragically, William "Bill" Boaks, a frequent campaigner for public road safety and pedestrian rights in numerous English parliamentary elections, died of injuries sustained when he was getting off what form of public transport?

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...1. Pushcart 2. Train 3. Bus 4. Ferry William "Bill" Boaks once received five votes in a 1983 parliamentary election, yet he was an undaunted campaigner and fixture in English elections throughout the 1970-1980s. Unlike many fringe candidates, Bill Boaks had both a distinguished background and an often coherent agenda. Boaks was a thirty-year veteran of the British Royal Navy, receiving a Distinguished Service Cross for his role in the Dunkirk action, as well as serving on HMS Rodney during the hunt for the Bismarck. Boaks campaigned mostly on a bicycle calling for more pedestrian rights and greater road safety. That is not to say Boaks wasn't also quirky. Boaks formed the "Public Safety Democratic Monarchist White Resident Party" to summarize his views. To promote his safety first platform, Boaks often deliberately hold up traffic at busy crossings. Boaks went so far as to sit in a deckchair in the fast lane of a major highway in North Kensington, calmly reading the local newspaper. Such stunts earned him coverage in the press; but did not endear Boaks to constituent drivers or local police. Boaks also worked closely with Screaming Lord Sutch and was considered a key contributor to the Official Monster Raving Loony Party. Whether that was a good thing for Boaks' political career is debatable. Boaks is credited with promoting the successful pedestrianization of several UK areas. Ironically, Boaks was injured in a traffic accident while getting off a public bus in 1984. The lingering injuries he suffered resulted in his death in 1986.




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