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    'Failed Londoners'

    Cabbies claim that Uber is breaking the law by using an app as a taxi meter to determine the price of rides and is seeking a High Court ruling on the issue, which is expected to take several months 戒煙.


    "We have nothing against competition but we feel that Transport for London has failed Londoners by allowing Uber to operate outside the law," said Steve McNamara of the Licensed Taxi Drivers' Association International School Interview.


    Up to 12,000 drivers are expected to take part in the protest 居屋二按.


    Metropolitan Police Chief Superintendent Pippa Mills said organisers had failed to discuss the protest in advance, so the following conditions have been imposed by on the demonstration:


    The protestors may assemble in Whitehall SW1, north and southbound carriageways and Parliament Street SW1, north and southbound carriageways.

    The demonstration must not start before 14:00

    The demonstration must not end later than 15:00

    No-one will be allowed to join the demonstration when the area is deemed to be congested by the tactical commander of the event

    Uber now serves more than 100 cities in 37 countries and has high-profile backers including Google and Goldman Sachs.


    It has 3,000 registered drivers in London.

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