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London Uber ignoring all rules and breaking laws again.

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HemiDodge
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 Posted 2 years, 2 months ago

How is this legal?  Oh, it isn't?  What's new.

What is the current situation with Uber in London? Taxi app won’t be stopped any time soon

It is now over two months since Uber’s license to operate in London came to an end, and yet the taxi company is still running as normal in the UK’s capital. Uber was stripped of its operating license on September 30, but they were certainly not going to give up without a fight and have continued to operate ever since.

CEO of Uber, Dara Khosrowshahi, claimed he would make things right after Transport for London accused his company of ‘demonstrating a lack of corporate responsibility.’

An appeal process has now begun and Uber’s London drivers can continue to operate whilst it runs its course, which could take a very long time.

http://metro.co.uk/2017/12/19/current-situation-uber-london-taxi-app-wont-stopped-time-soon-7171771/

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    StuffinMuffin
    828 Driver Rider
     2 years ago

    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA.   Seriously.  Did anyone think Uber would just stopped operarting only because it became illegal?  I mean, what do you think they were doing in US this whole time?  No medallion, no regulatios, no laws. It's hilarious that they were pretending to follow the rules in London when it was somewhat legal and accepted, but now the truth is out.

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      jbauer
      391 Driver
       2 years ago

      An appeal process can take months or years.  Same tactic as everywhere else.  They'll just wait until the cabbies go bankrupt.

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        CaptainChampion
        128
         2 years ago

        Remind me of Starbucks.  So predatory.  They go nuts when entering a new market (with promotions and cheap coffee) in order to take out the competition.  Once the competitors are gone, they can do whatever they want.

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    kias_revenge
    133 Rider
     2 years ago

    London has a long history of private illegal cabs anyways. What's the difference.

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      cheesehead
      521 Driver Rider
       2 years ago

      That's a good point, LOL. Most of those drivers are probably driving for uber now anyways.

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    TonyAlmeida
    1149 Rider
     2 years ago

    The British are pretty loyal to their Black Cabs.  Does anyone know if there are any organized or widespread boycots happening against Uber?

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