London congestion charge discrimination claim to be heard at the High Court 10 & 11 July

The IWGB will argue Sadiq Khan’s introduction of £11.50 congestion charge on minicabs is in breach of the Equality Act and the European Convention on Human Rights Charge is being introduced on mainly BAME workforce, while black cab drivers, who are mostly white, continue to be exempt. TFL figures show minicab drivers are almost threeContinue reading “London congestion charge discrimination claim to be heard at the High Court 10 & 11 July”

Uber Drivers in four UK cities to protest ahead of company’s IP

Uber drivers in London, Birmingham, Nottingham and Glasgow to log off app and protest outside Uber offices in each city Drivers condemn Uber for large payouts to founder, venture capitalists and executives despite failure to resolve pay issues Drivers call on public to not cross “digital picket line” on 8 May 8 May: Hundreds ofContinue reading “Uber Drivers in four UK cities to protest ahead of company’s IP”

Uber drivers plan national shutdown on 8 May before Uber IPO

Uber drivers in London, Birmingham, Nottingham and Glasgow to log off app on 8 May and demonstrate outside Uber offices in each city Drivers condemn Uber for large payouts to founder, venture capitalists and executives despite failure to resolve pay issues Drivers call on public to not use the service on 8 May 8 May:Continue reading “Uber drivers plan national shutdown on 8 May before Uber IPO”

Addison Lee drivers to strike on 1 May, in first ever strike in company’s history

Addison Lee drivers at Luton Airport to strike for 24 hours on 1 May Drivers striking over pay and conditions currently earn below the minimum wage Over 90% of drivers voted in favour of strike action 1 May: Addison Lee drivers operating at Luton Airport will go on strike on 1 May for 24 hoursContinue reading “Addison Lee drivers to strike on 1 May, in first ever strike in company’s history”