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Default Conservative MP says Transport for Fskers TFL never approached Uber with demands

Conservative MP says Transport for Fskers TFL never approached Uber with demands
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That is something very different from the fake news by unions, taxi drivers,
TFL, Beebeeshee, labour pooliticians and Mayor Khan and his fake news trolling department.

1 million Londoners' journeys a week put at risk by closet clowns TFL too afraid
to speak to Uber in case they get recorded and prosecuted for outrageous demands.
That is how US companies deal with corrupt officials.
All corruption is a prosecutable offence.

These kinds of things non-realistic decisions can't usually happen on their own
or be made my a narrow unrepresentative interest group latching on to
concerns and pushing it to disproportionate levels while there
are other equal concerns and greater concerns to be addressed.

The whole board needs to sacked and replaced by
interest groups that also represent the travellers and not
just the businesses that are benefiting from their judgements.

Most likely TFL trolls are taking vast quantities of
corruption money to be able to behave in this way and needs
a test prosecution to determine who said what and why and if at any time
leadership were always planning never to approach Uber with demands
which is illegal.

Already half a million signatures have gone up in one day to oust the
un-representative transport of fsckers TFL and digital disrupters
that have infiltrated this organization and seek hide from the
limelight. They have no idea
of what reality is from their white ivory towers whilst drinking from
the constant cesspit of corruption money.


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Default Conservative MP says Transport for Fskers TFL never approached Uber with demands

On Sun, 24 Sep 2017 13:22:55 +0000, 7 wrote:

Conservative MP says Transport for Fskers TFL never approached Uber with demands
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That is something very different from the fake news by unions, taxi drivers,
TFL, Beebeeshee, labour pooliticians and Mayor Khan and his fake news trolling department.

1 million Londoners' journeys a week put at risk by closet clowns TFL too afraid
to speak to Uber in case they get recorded and prosecuted for outrageous demands.
That is how US companies deal with corrupt officials.
All corruption is a prosecutable offence.

These kinds of things non-realistic decisions can't usually happen on their own
or be made my a narrow unrepresentative interest group latching on to
concerns and pushing it to disproportionate levels while there
are other equal concerns and greater concerns to be addressed.

The whole board needs to sacked and replaced by
interest groups that also represent the travellers and not
just the businesses that are benefiting from their judgements.

Most likely TFL trolls are taking vast quantities of
corruption money to be able to behave in this way and needs
a test prosecution to determine who said what and why and if at any time
leadership were always planning never to approach Uber with demands
which is illegal.

Already half a million signatures have gone up in one day to oust the
un-representative transport of fsckers TFL and digital disrupters
that have infiltrated this organization and seek hide from the
limelight. They have no idea
of what reality is from their white ivory towers whilst drinking from
the constant cesspit of corruption money.


I live in Manila in the Philippines and Uber have also been the victim
of these kind of shenanigans here over the last few months.

Last July the government fined Uber 5 million Pesos (about 75,000)
for alleged infringements of the rules. After collecting that fine the
government then suspended Uber's license for one month in August using
similar excuses. Two weeks into that suspension the government told
Uber that they could resume operations if they handed over another 190
million Pesos (about 2.75 million) in "fines". Uber paid the money
and all of a sudden the problem went away, at least for the time
being.

The Philippines is corrupt from top to bottom, and nobody was in any
doubt that the whole thing was about government seeing a very
profitable organisation and wanting to extract money from them. I feel
for Londoners who are now having to go through what Uber passengers in
other parts of the world have had to put up with.


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