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Criminal Law News Weekly Round Up – 30th April 2017

  Our weekly roundup on Criminal law developments in UK and International Criminal Law. Report cybercrime: Top City of London police chief Ian Dyson advises businesses  The City A.M reported the The Commissioner of the City of London  has urged more »

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New test for taxi license applicants in West Lindsey

West Lindsey District Council has mooted plans for a taxi driving test for new applicants obtaining a taxi license, which will require them to shell out £120, according to an article in the The Market Rasen Mail. The test is more »

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Worcester Taxi Association taxi licence policy appeal

Worcester City Council has performed a U-turn on controversial plans to oblige taxi drivers to buy new cabs after their vehicles have been deemed “too old”. The Worcester Taxi Drivers Association had commenced legal proceedings challenging the proposed council policy more »

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Hackney carriage licence tariff appeal

Hackney Carriage holiday tariff reduction under review in Cumbria. A consultation by South Lakes District Council has given Hackney carriage taxi drivers until 27 February to respond to suggested proposals that taxi drivers reduce their maximum fare on public holidays more »

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