Sorry I've been on my jollies, but there has been some news.
I got an email from the bus company last week and called them back on Monday.
They've reviewed the footage and have found the driver was clearly in the wrong and are now in the process of taking action against him. But unfortunately I'll never know what that 'action' is and the outcome of it due to employment laws ect. Which is a shame as I feel I should have a right to find out. Could I ask for a written apology or would that be a violation of his human rights?
I've requested the CCTV footage as well which I have to pay £10 for (not happy about that, but will do) and will pass it on to the Police - who have decided there is not enough evidence to pursue a conviction. Hopefully with this additional footage they will change their minds. However I somehow doubt it.
I can try though. For the bus company to side with me clearly shows this driver has issues and needs to be sorted out.
So that's everything for now, I'll post the footage up when I get it, if the police still feel it's not worth pursuing. It won't be a impressive as the Chinese stunt driver pics though.