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Unite calls for review of Uber’s London licence after magistrate steps aside

‘Obvious’ conflict of interest A court case that ultimately granted Uber back its London operating licence may have been compromised, following revelations over a conflict of interest that prompted the presiding magistrate to step aside this week. Chief magistrate Emma Arbuthnot said she belatedly realised the link between her husband Lord Arbuthnot’s financial interests and […]

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Bronwen Handyside speaks out on the relicensing of UBER

TUC representative on the TfL Board, Bronwen Handyside Speaks out against the relicensing of UBER. At a recent TfL Board meeting held at City Hall soon after the Uber licence appeal court decision, TUC representative on TfL Board, Bronwen Handyside made Trade Union’s feelings clear on the Judge’s recommendation of issuing Uber with fifteen month […]

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TfL launches consultation to further improve safety for private hire passengers

TfL press release Consultation seeks views on better signage in private hire vehicles and enhancements to background checks for applicants Views sought on an advanced driving test that would boost passenger safety Proposals build on previous regulatory changes that have driven up standards across the industry Transport for London (TfL) has today (26 March) launched […]

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