‘Taxi Cop’ to Crack Down on Rogue Taxi Drivers

Over 100 taxi drivers recently protested outside council offices in Bristol, forcing the local authority to take action against unlicensed and ‘out of town’ taxi cabs. While the drivers’ livelihoods are under threat from taxis that come to the city

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Cotswold Residents Complain About Lack of Taxis

Locals in Cirencester, Cotswold, have highlighted public safety concerns saying there’s a shortage in taxis in the area. Councillor Clair Wardell experienced the problem first hand after a night out with friends at the weekend. No Taxis at Peak Times

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Dudley Driver Beaten for Helping Distressed Female

A private hire driver from Dudley, Birmingham, was seriously attacked after picking up a distressed passenger in Kingswinford. Ishfaq Hussain arrived to collect his passenger at around 10:30pm on the 8th of July, completely unaware that his night was about

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Jail for Attacker who Stabbed Cabbie In Devon

A masked knifeman has been sentenced to five years in prison following a violent attack on a taxi driver in Seaton, Devon. The assailant, Peter Hall, was reportedly desperate for money to buy drugs when the incident took place in

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Row Continues Over Ely Taxi Parking Spaces

The row over the lack of parking spaces in the busy centre of Ely, Cambridge, has escalated as councillors have said they won’t be supporting the idea of creating two extra ranks on Market Street, despite repeated calls from drivers.

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Bolton Cabbie’s Vito Taxi Shot at by Gang

A Bolton cabbie has described the terrifying moment he came under fire from, what he terms, ‘hidden bandits’ who showered his cab with pellets from a high-velocity air pistol. Shattering a side window and cracking his windscreen as he drove

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Taxi Drivers Say No to Fares to Radio 1’s Big Weekend

Taxi drivers are reported to be turning down bookings from concert goers heading to this summer’s Radio 1 Big Weekend. The reason they’re giving is that the trip simply doesn’t represent good economic sense. One Big Problem for PHV’s &

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