The Conservative with the £8,000 taxi bill

Good news! Conservative London Assembly member Brian Coleman has cut his taxi bill by a fifth.

Bad news! He’s still racking up over £8,000 a year in taxi fares that Londoners then have to pay for.

P.S. He also gets a free travelcard.

P.P.S. Average taxi bill run up by other London Assembly members in the same period: £685.

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