You intend to turn left. The cyclist intends to continue straight ahead. Must you allow the cyclist to pass before you turn?
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The cyclist is travelling on a public road for cars. You should therefore think of the bicycle as a car in this instance, which means that you are subject to what is sometimes known as the ‘turning rule’:
“A driver who intends to turn at a junction [...] shall ensure that this can be done without obstructing oncoming traffic”. (Road Traffic Ordinance)
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