London Taxi Drivers Support Safe Car Wash App

London taxi drivers are backing the Safe Car Wash App to help combat modern slavery in the hand car wash industry.  The Licensed Taxi Drivers Association (LTDA) represents 10,000 black cab drivers of London.  LTDA’s General Secretary, Steve McNamara, said: 

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Brighton & Hove Refuse to Renew Uber Operator Licence

Following taxi trade protests and unrest in the district, Brighton and Hove City Council (BHCC) has refused to renew Uber Britannia Ltd’s (UBL) private hire operator licence.  The original licence was granted on a verbal agreement that they only used

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Glasgow’s Oldest Cabbie Reaching a Million Miles and More

Glaswegian cabbie, Robert McLaughlin, has been driving the streets of the Scottish city for an impressive 58 years. 79-year-old, Robert, is Glasgow’s longest-serving taxi driver and he’s not stopping there.  The veteran cabbie has no intentions of retiring anytime soon

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Bristol Taxi Incentives Announced

Bristol City Council have announced new taxi incentives to encourage drivers to upgrade to new models and reduce pollution levels in the city.  The council secured a block of £449,500 of funding from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

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4,000 Drivers Given Wolverhampton Licenses

More than 4,000 taxi drivers from outside Wolverhampton have been granted licences in a year, up from 60 licences granted to outsiders only five years ago, this represents an increase of over 6,800%.  Drivers from across the country are coming

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