CTC have devoted a bit more time and resources into this one than I have, and have pointed out that
"During the last decade, judges issued prison sentences to each of the cyclists who killed pedestrians"
which is a little ambiguous, but I'll assume this means pedestrian deaths where a cyclist was at fault.
In any case, this record of custodial sentencing compares well with the leniency often shown to drivers of motor vehicles, and rather reinforces my assertion that there's one law for drivers and another for cyclists, even with the law apparently drafted in the favour of the reckless cyclist. It's clearly time for Andrea Leadsom to be as good as her word and "bring equal protection and the potential for equal punishment to all road users".