We will not be complicit

We will not be complicit

UCG WITHDRAW FROM TfL ENGAGEMENT POLICY Dear Friends, Your committee has unanimously taken the decision for the UCG to withdraw from the engagement policy with Tfl. This decision was not taken lightly and it will have no impact with the representation individual...
THE FIGHTBACK

THE FIGHTBACK

The conditional renewal of Uber’s Private Hire operator licence in London came as no surprise to us at the UCG. It was a fait accompli with a little theatre and drama through the means of the witness stand at Westminster Magistrates Court, Uber and TfL played a...
TRADE v TFL Its time

TRADE v TFL Its time

TRADE v TFL – It’s time When we first joined the UCG, we were not around the table at meetings with TFL. When we built up the membership to become the second biggest org, they couldn’t refuse us a place in the room and now we are in the room we realise it is not worth...
Cabbie family

Cabbie family

A community spirit has always existed in the cab trade as part of our history but have we still got it, or have we lost it? When it looked like my previous job would probably go to the dogs, it was my friend Graham who said: “Sarah you should become a cabbie,...
All for one

All for one

I was always worried when it was decided regulation of the cab trade would pass from the Met police to TFL.  I had previously been in the Civil Sevice -where I was also a union rep- I had seen various department’s “out-sourced”, I never saw in a...

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