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Limo hire firm fined for operating without licence

A limousine business owner has been prosecuted for running an illegal firm following a number of complaints and an undercover operation. Sooty Edwards from Haddenham, Buckinghamshire has apparently been operating ‘Skooters’ without a private hire licence and was fined £2,700 and ordered to pay £3,493 of costs recently. The company was caught following a successful operation involving officers from the local authority,...

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