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RMT release more detail from Tavistock Inquiry.

TAVISTOCK PLACE PUBLIC INQUIRY – OBSERVATIONS The Tavistock/Torrington Place Public Inquiry is now over and we await the judgement. In the meantime RMT would like to set out some observations and reasons for our objections and highlight the evidence we collected, which were presented to the Inquiry by Ranks and Highways officer Ray Alleeson.   […]

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An Inconvienient Truth?

The decision taken by Transport for London (TFL) to not grant Uber’s private hire operators license is welcomed by RMT and the wider taxi industry. Since its inception in 2012, Uber has operated on the fringes of regulation. Breaching legislative practices established to govern both the taxi & private hire industries. However, these appear to not have been the reason behind TFL’s decision […]

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Scandal; But has anything changed?

The Sunday Times front page revelations that Uber appear to have been concealing acts of criminality involving their drivers and that TFL seem to have delayed informing the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) of two public order offences, which are subject to a six month prosecution time limit meaning that the MPS had no power to […]

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10HS Up and Running at UCLH

27 Jul 2017 University College Hospital is the first in London to have its own dedicated licensed black taxi rank for staff, patients and visitors. And, even better, passengers will be eligible for a 10 per cent discount on their fare. The taxi rank is ideal for staff who don’t want to wander up and […]

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