A bus driver whose job is at risk when Western Greyhound pulls out of west Cornwall says it'll be a complete disaster for the area. Ryan Jackson is the first driver to speak out since we revealed the controversial cuts last week.
He says many rural communities will be cut off and that children rely on the company's buses to get to school. Now people are signing an online petition to appeal for Government help. Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy has this exclusive report.
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