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Topic - Denise Said
The local authority in the English county of Devon has ordered cab driver Denise Said to remove three English flag bumper stickers from her vehicle, accusing her of breaching equality laws.
Miss Said told the paper she refuses to comply with the order.
"You only have to sneeze now for someone to find it offensive," she added. "I've asked a solicitor who says I'm not doing anything wrong. The upsetting thing is that I could lose my livelihood and my home if they take away my license."