"All Taxi and Private Hire Drivers “SHOULD” wear face coverings" - Department for Transport
A man who refused to pay for his taxi ride in Oxford has been ordered to pay back £5.70.
Cabbies in Cheltenham can install safety screens in their vehicles after Cheltenham Borough Council's cabinet agreed to change policy
The Irish Government is expected to bring pressure on the taxi industry to switch to electric cars away from diesel in line with the end of petrol and diesel car sales by 2030.
Graeme Weedy is a private hire driver and like many members of our trade has been off work since the Covid-19 outbreak. His car was maliciously torched a week before he was due to go back to work.
North Lanarkshire’s two largest political parties have now been drawn into the row over school taxi contracts.
A 25-year-old man has been charged following the death of private hire driver Gurmit Singh Matharu in a crash in the Hyson Green area of Nottingham.
Taxi and private hire drivers working in ‘high-contact’ professions are taking part in a government trial to evaluate the effectiveness of asymptomatic testing for coronavirus.
A woman has been seriously injured after falling out of a taxi into a busy road on the afternoon of Saturday 4 July.
States of Guernsey has reviewed representations from the taxi industry and has agreed to provide financial support for taxi until the end of September.
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