Think of a dangerous road. Go on. What springs to mind? A treacherous mountain trail? An ice-covered Arctic pass? A rickety pontoon bridge? A desolate desert highway? Or maybe the A537, between Knutsford in the gentle county of Cheshire and Buxton, the highest town in England? Probably not. However, this single carriage road – or, more specifically, the 7.5mile stretch known as the Cat and Fiddle - has once again been named Britain’s most dangerous road in a report published by the Road Safety Foundation. The report also named a further nine high risk routes and highlighted the parts of the country where motorists are most at risk from death or serious injury.