black cabs

TfL have announced that Uber's license to operate in London won't be renewed, giving it just weeks to appeal. Uber for all
For some unknown reason, when I approach cab drivers in Edinburgh and ask for the ramp, they look at me as if I've just suggested gang-raping their mother. Other professions who provide a public service do not get to pick and choose who they serve.
For us, the wives of black cab drivers in London, this year Valentine's Day has a whole other meaning. In our fight to save our partners' jobs and livelihoods, we are simply asking our partners (and all the cab drivers and people working in the black cab industry) to leave us a message from the heart and make a pledge towards the "Action for Cabbies".
I just couldn't sit by and watch the slow and painful death of the iconic black cab industry; I had to take action. After all, this is an industry that not only supports me and my family but also the families of 25,000 black cabbies in London, and related businesses such as garages and vehicle manufacturers.
In an age where economies are shrinking, the differences between these two services from the perspective of the driver are severe. Essentially, it comes down to diametrically opposed scenarios: in one the driver needs to pass time-consuming, rigorous and expensive tests, in the other, you have a dude with a mobile phone.
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Boris Johnson has warned that it would be "difficult" to ban the controversial cab app Uber, which has angered taxi drivers
As London prepares for gridlock today due to 10,000 black cabs protesting against the mobile app Uber, Katie Hopkins has
Central London will be brought to a standstill on Wednesday by a procession of 10,000 black cabs protesting against the mobile
A bit of early Christmas cheer arrived late on Friday as Pricewaterhouse Coopers, the administrators for struggling London
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Addison Lee boss John Griffin, chief of one of Britain's largest cab firms, has caused outrage again this week after claiming