Chris Minns calls out ‘heartless’ treatment leaving Taxi Industry high and dry
The NSW Labor leader is slamming the state government’s “heartless” treatment of the taxi industry.
Proposed reforms would see taxi licenses scrapped, with the government considering compensation of about $50,000 despite plates being bought for nearly $400,000.
NSW Opposition Leader Chris Minns told Ray Hadley taxi plate owners are in “dire straits”.
“It’s been a disgrace in NSW.
“These people have been left high and dry.”
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