8 May 2017
Regional paper, The Bristol Post, reported over 100 irate taxi drivers gathered outside the council’s main office's on Monday to point across a range of grievances.
Mostly the vent of their frustration centred around cross boarder hiring and Uber regulations.
Read the story in full here: The Bristol Post
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