Taxi drivers send letter to every city councillor over taxi rank dispute
A letter has been sent to every councillor on Nottingham City Council by taxi drivers angry over changes to ranks in the city.
A three-page letter from Unite the Union branch chairman Kaleem Ashraf has been sent to the city council and every one of its councillors urging for them to work with the taxi drivers to bring the drawn-out saga to a conclusion.
Taxi drivers have been protesting for a number of months over the pedestrianisation of Station Street, which has led to the taxi rank being moved further away from the entrance and exits of the train station.
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