An investigation into how a rapist was allowed to drive a city taxi for three years has been detailed in a report released this morning.
Milton Keynes Council launched an Internal Audit Service following the city cabbie scandal that emerged in August.
The findings of that taxi licensing investigation were published today.
At a press conference this morning, chief executive of the council, Carole Mills, and leader Pete Marland told the press they wanted to “restore trust” in the council and taxi trade.
> Watch an exclusive video of this morning’s press conference and see updates on this developing story throughout the day.