Guido Scalp: ‘Corbyn Cab’ Councillor Resigns

In September Guido reported on the mysterious circumstances of the ‘Corbyn Cab’, a which had campaigned without an MOT, hurriedly passed an MOT and then one month later spectacularly failed its MOT with fourteen major defects.

Now Councillor Jayne Innes, who was pictured with the cab, has faced questions over her own personal car which has been pictured in the council car park on multiple occasions and has no MOT. Today she has resigned her post as Cabinet Member for City Services on Coventry Council. Innes, who has previously stood as a Labour Parliamentary candidate, maintains the resignation is not to do with the questions raised over the legality of her driving. Convenient, abrupt, normal resignation…

Corbyn ‘Death Trap’ Cab’s MOT Mystery

After Guido reported that Labour’s ‘Corbyn Cab’ was campaigning earlier this year without an MOT, the car quickly passed a new one. Strangely, just a month later the car had a highly unusual second MOT, eleven months before it was required to. The Corbyn Cab spectacularly failed this second MOT, with fourteen major defects. According to Guido’s man in the blue-overalls it was a ‘Death Trap’. How did the Corbyn Cab pass its MOT test right after Guido’s story when it had fourteen major defects which were identified only a month later?


Taxi for Corbyn…

‘Corbyn Cab’ Campaigning Without MOT

Labour’s ‘Corbyn Cab’ is on the campaign trail without a valid MOT certificate. The party’s red-coloured taxi has been campaigning for Labour candidates across the West Midlands, including today in Birmingham. According to the government’s online database, the vehicle’s MOT expired yesterday. Driving a car without an MOT is Illegal and the driver can be fined up to £1,000…

Wheels coming off Labour’s campaign…

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