If the details of this are correct and as reported, the CPS need to have a review of that decision, urgently, before people who still believe that we have a fair, unbiased and a very good justice system, start to rightly rethink their opinions.
As I understand it; that is a straight forward case of careless driving. Pulling from a side road onto any road, due care must be exercised, and if any action falls below a standard that reasonable person would expect - that is careless driving. The only way she would be not guilty of an offence would be if, the other vehicle was travelling at such a speed that it was not in view when she started the move - Not from the report. Therefore an offence has been coimmitted.
The investigating officer concludes that using her mobile phone can only have been a distration. So that can only be careless driving / using a mobile phone whilst driving - another offence.
Lying to investigationg officers - surely that is obstructing an officer(s) in the execution of their duty at the very least, and or attempting to pervert the course of justice.- another offence. According to Wkipedia that carries a life sentence. A Police officer lying - are they fit to hold the office of constable ?
All of the above, indicates to the public, dangerous driving, and because she caused the death of an innocent biker, doing nothing apparently wrong. The fault / blame sit squarely on the shoulders of the car driver. What is being done to address that ?
I really hope that Police and CPS have a long hard look at themselves and remember what there role is and who they serve. Then reconsider this decision before they receive the injustice and hurt they have issued to the poor family and memory of Mr Bartholomew.