Has Uber got TfL and it seems the government in such a vice like grip that no one and nothing will be allowed to get in the way of the sweatshop and wholesale destruction of a great and proud service?
To any reasoned observer this would seem to so.
For those deluded into thinking the unlikely prospect of TfL not licensing Uber will make any difference, I suggest you take a trip to Brighton, Stansted or York etc.
The drivers will just licence elsewhere (some authorities don't even ask for a DBS, just a driving licence & £££) and come into town leaving 250 CO's to check how long our lanyards are to justify their pay checks, as they have no powers over out of towners.
No one listened to the editor or yours truly 4 years back and couldn't or wouldn't join together to act before it's too late.
It's too late, it isn't Dunkirk, there won't be the little ships to rescue us, it's the Alamo and that doesn't end well.