Nope, most were due to left turning lorries.
Personally, I would far rather come across a dangerous cyclist than a dangerous driver.
Every time I have been seriously injured in London, it was down to a car pulling out infront of me.
Some cyclists don't stop at red lights, but I'd say nearly all of them will give way at one. For the ones that don't, there's natural selection.
Many "one way streets" in london are actually only one way for motor traffic. Many pedestrians and drivers seem not to realise this.
On the other hand. Most car drivers seem fine with going through red lights as they change, talking on mobile phones, speeding, goin the wrong way down one way streets, parking/driving on pavements and cycle lanes and generally not being aware of what is around them.