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Archive for February, 2012

Update re: Operation Condor

27 February 2012 One of the Metropolitan Police Service’s biggest policing operations of the year so far was launched on Friday 24 February to tackle unlicensed activity around the capital. Operation Condor targets all 32 London boroughs as part of a massive crack-down on licensing issues affecting all our communities and so far has led […]

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New Smarter Driving Courses Dates

More dates for the smarter driving taxi driver courses have been made available so if you are interested book now. Completing the course could help you reduce your fuel consumption, save money and improve air quality in London.   Booking is easy and can be done via the Energy Saving Trust (EST) website by following […]

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Diesel price sets new record

From the AA The average price of diesel in the UK has overtaken the record set in May last year, hitting 143. 05 p a litre. Since peaking at 143.04p a litre on 5 May last year, the pump price of diesel fell back to 137.59p in July before starting to climb again. Two years […]

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No knowledge needed

From the Economist on-line “IF YOUR minicab’s not booked, it’s just a stranger’s car.” So reads a poster plastered across London’s tube stations and bus stops, part of campaign to encourage Londoners to avoid unlicensed taxis and minicabs. London’s taxis (“black cabs”) are among the most expensive in the world. Minicabs, which are not allowed […]

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