LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 22:  An Uber driver poses for a photograph in an Uber t-shirt and holding a smart phone displaying the Uber app after delivering petitions to the Transport for London headquarters on December 22, 2015 in London, England. The Uber drivers formally handed in the petition, signed by over 205,000 people, to oppose proposals such as introducing minimum 5 minute waiting times.  (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

The Observer: Judge in Uber’s London legal battle steps aside over husband’s links to firm

Emma Arbuthnot, who gave a licence back to Uber, acts over potential conflict of interest Yesterday the Observer newspaper reported that the Judge who presided at Uber’s London Operators licence appeal has stepped away from the case because of a possible conflict of interest in the case The possible conflict arises because she is married […]

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‘No profit without responsibility’

Unite Live: London cab drivers to join legal action against Uber for loss of earnings by Hajera Blagg, Posted on UniteLive.org Monday, August 6th, 2018 London cab drivers are banding together in a potential group legal action against ridesharing app Uber for damages and loss of earnings reportedly totalling more than £500m. Unite’s Cab Section […]

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LEVC TX Taxi now on sale in Edinburgh

LEVC press release Edinburgh cabbies to save hundreds of pounds a month with arrival of electric taxis The world’s most advanced electric taxis are now on sale in Edinburgh, following a deal signed with Union Motor Company. The first vehicle was also handed over to David McMillan, 67, who has been an Edinburgh cabbie of […]

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London Cabbies Uber Legal Action

Cabbie Group Action press release London Cabbies launch claim against Uber Black cab drivers across London are planning to bring a group legal action against Uber for damages and loss of earnings on the basis of Uber’s unlawful operations in London. London’s cab drivers are coming together as Cabbie Group Action to bring a potential […]

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