Monthly Archive: November 2011

Nov 22

Demonstration – Stop Taxi Licensing Being Sent To Coventry!


STOP TAXI LICENSING BEING SENT TO COVENTRY Join us in demonstrating outside the TfL Finance Board meeting which will be discussing this proposal on Wednesday: 8.30 – 9.30am, WEDNESDAY 23rd NOVEMBER at TfL Head Office, Windsor House, 42-50 Victoria Street, London SW1H 0TL Transport for London intend to privatise their London Taxi and Private Hire …

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Nov 17

Not In My Name Demonstration!

On Wednesday 16th November 2011, the United Cabbies Group held a demonstration outside the offices of the (LTDA) Licensed Taxi Driver’s Association in Woodfield Road, London W9, in protest at the recent proposal made by the LTDA on behalf of the whole London Taxi trade for a 20% fare increase during the London Olympic Games …

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Nov 15

Remembrance Sunday 2011 – Proud as Punch.

On Sunday 13th November the United Cabbies Group organised the second Remembrance Sunday Free Shuttle Service to take all the veterans and their friends, family and helpers to the Cenotaph in London’s Whitehall. After the success of last year’s event we decided to expand the operation to more of London’s stations. Our marshals were in …

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Nov 10

Trafalgar Square Demo – A Day of Action!

On Wednesday 9th November 2011, the United Cabbies Group called for a Mass Drive-In Demonstration at Trafalgar Square in protest at Transport for London’s inability to deal with the touting epidemic perpetuated by the large majority of Private Hire drivers every day & night on the streets of our capital. TfL’s failed Safer Travel at …

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Nov 02

Trafalgar Square – Mass Trade Demonstration

The United Cabbies Group has called for a MASS DRIVE-IN DEMONSTRATION at Trafalgar Square on Wednesday 9th of November 2011 @ 4pm. We feel this action, as unanimously voted for by our members is necessary to STOP Transport for London destroying the Licensed London Taxi trade and endangering the safety of the travelling public. Transport …

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