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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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Go West!: New electric taxi dealership opens in Chiswick

LEVC Press release. The world’s most advanced electric taxis are now being sold for the first time at a dealership in West London. Endeavour Automotive already operate the Volvo Cars dealership in Chiswick, and the new LEVC dealership will be on a neighbouring site. Endeavour have also invested in a new workshop to support taxi […]

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Cross Border Hiring – Unite Calls For National Cab Act

Cross-border hiring has long been a major concern to taxi drivers and Unite has been campaigning for a National Cab Act for many years. Cross-border hiring is used to describe a situation where private hire vehicles or taxis, work predominantly away from the area in which they are licensed, rarely, if ever, working in their […]

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Wolverhampton disruption expected as taxi drivers protest

Unite the union press release WHAT: Taxi drivers to protest at Wolverhampton council over Uber licensing WHERE: Civic Centre, North Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1RD WHEN: Thursday 28 June 12:00 – 14:00 Taxi drivers from Coventry are set to cause disruption in the centre of Wolverhampton tomorrow (28 June) to protest over the council’s issuing of […]

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New Taxi Watch scheme being launched at Leeds station

British Transport Police (BTP), Network Rail and Unite the Union (Cab Section) are launching a new scheme at Leeds station aimed at improving the safety of taxi drivers and passengers who use their services at the station. The ‘Taxi Watch’ scheme, will aim to help prevent crimes being committed against drivers, who, due to the […]

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