It looks like we may be seeing Rainbow Six Siege come to Xbox Game Pass, if you trust in a clever-looking tweet. For those who may not have been paying close attention, Xbox has slowly been expanding the library on the system to include as many titles as they can, but they've also been pretty choosy as to what eventually ends up in the list. Now that they've had more games to look at since the earth ends (ok, take a breather, everyone), there's reason to believe Game Pass, their other upcoming multiplayer game to launch for both Xbox One and Windows 10, will include Rainbow Six Siege.

The answer here might be in the wording of the tweet in which the game seems to be casually mentionned using the tagline "action on your doorstep" during the description of the game. Going limited multiplayer this round with an entire game built around it might just be the console and PC gaming industry's way of heading for the end of the year.

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption New Police chief encourages cyclists to share space

One crime has hit a cyclist hard in London — violation of a head-on turn without signalling to drivers.

The pursuit has caused at least one crash, leaving a cyclist with rear hairline fractures.

But the latest crime guide from the Metropolitan Police UK urges cyclists to use the roads wherever possible rather than be risk-averse and always signal.

Calls for safer behaviour from motorists come after a spate of accidents said to have been caused by respectful riding.

"Cyclists have a responsibility to signal crossing roads, bicyclists turn left before cyclists see them, bicycles lane change at junctions and the cycle path to give pedestrians the option to cross safely," says the guide, Cycling UK-accredited and put together by the councils of London and Kent.

"Every cyclist, driver and pedestrian has a right to cycle and they should be treated with respect at all times."

'Ignorant and disrespectful'

Stewart Tasker explains: "A head-on collision with another vehicle
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