Category Archives: Taxi Licensing

Criminal Law News – Weekly Round Up 11th May 2017

  Our Weekly round up of developments in Criminal law and cases in the UK and abroad. Denied legal aid widow of renowned academic resorts to Crowd funding for Inquest.  The widow of an acclaimed researcher and senior lecturer who more »

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Taxi Licensing News 20 August 2014

Illegal taxi driving practices continue in Bristol In a recent report about Bristol’s rising taxi driving menace, the taxi drivers from Bristol have voiced their concerns of how outsider taxi drivers are damaging their reputation by claiming high fares and more »

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Law commission suggest give power to council for new taxi licensing

The Law Commission has called for councils to be given greater powers over taxi licensing and regulation of private hire vehicles as part of plans to boost safety and create national standards. The Local Government Association (LGA) licensing spokesman Cllr more »

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Changes to taxi licensing laws could see increase in assaults says MP

Passengers will be at risk and may lead to incidents of assault if the law governing taxi licensing and private hire taxi cabs changes, according to a Birmingham MP. Northfield Labour member Richard Burden accused ministers of drawing up “a more »

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