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Taxi driver sacked for refusing to carry guide dog

2 April 2014 Last updated at 08:42 BST

A Birmingham taxi driver has been sacked after he refused to take a guide dog in his cab.

He told owner Sue Smith there was "no room" in the vehicle for her and four-year-old Labrador Sonny, despite it being illegal to refuse travel to a blind person.

Ms Smith said the incident had made her feel wary about going out.

BBC Midlands Today's Kevin Reide reports.

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