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Friday, 23 April 2010

Taxi firm denied licence over links to gangster.. but keeps £2m NHS contract - The Daily Record

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Taxi firm denied licence over links to gangster.. but keeps £2m NHS contract - The Daily Record: "Chief Inspector Stuart Neill, the force's head of licensing, alleged James Baxter - who only left the firm last week - had been involved in incidents including a nightclub shooting and witness intimidation.
Mr Neill also read out his 10 past convictions, including a pub assault which saw Baxter jailed for 18 months in 1996.
The committee heard how Baxter was a major shareholder in Network until he was bought out by director John Cassidy last year for £344,000 last year.
However, the shares are being bought by the company in £5000 instalments and he is still owed around £170,000."

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