Dear UTAG Contributor
On Tuesday, August 27th 2019 UTAG sent a 23-page legal submission to TfL setting out, in great detail, the reasons why they cannot and must not renew Uber's operating licence on Sept 25th
We sent them a supplementary letter on Wednesday, August 28th 2019 identifying other breaches of the conditions imposed upon them by TfL when District Judge Emma Arbuthnot granted ULL a 15-month probationary licence on June 26th 2018 at Westminster Magistrates Court.
It also informs TfL of UTAG's intention to Judicially Review any decision to give ULL another licence.
Uber has had no less than 3 chances to prove themselves Fit and Proper; the 3rd chance ends in 27 days time, they have still failed to become Fit and Proper and must not be afforded any more chances.
The links to both documents are below.
1) Legal Submission to TfL from Robert Griffiths QC and Stuart Jessop, Barrister
2) Supplementary letter to TfL
I should like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for supporting UTAG and your trade.
Best wishes on behalf of UTAG
United Trade Action Group