Having now lived with Covid-19 , things are slowly being normalised into routine. A problem, that had to be dealt with was the ‘wearing of masks’. Recently the Singaporean Government took on the whole responsibility...

Over time, women have not just been fighting for their rights but also proving that they are equals. One of their biggest achievements, has been taking part in any field they want. From engineering to astronomy,...

Cab drivers staged a 'go-slow' in Wolverhampton in protest at the council's continued lax attitude towards handing out taxi and private hire licenses. Wolverhampton saw a 383% increase in the number of licenses issued, as we...

A judge has ruled that Uber is now a 'fit and proper' company and granted a 15 month license to operate in London. On Tuesday, Chief magistrate Emma Arbuthnot said the company was now, in her...

The UK boss of Uber has said that Transport for London "was correct" in questioning whether it was a fit and proper company. In the hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court Tom Elvidge, Uber's general manager in...

Uber has applied for a patent for a new feature on its app which is says can tell if you are drunk or not. The hailing app could also feed other information to a driver, including...

Turkey's president Recep Erdogan has said Uber is "finished" in Turkey, following pressure from Istanbul cab drivers who said it was providing an illegal service. About 17400 taxis operate in the country's capital and they have...

Zoom.taxi has welcomed the investigation by The Times into the problems with councils undertaking insufficient checks on drivers before issuing licenses. The paper now joins organisations like zoom.taxi, the Local Government Association and the Suzy Lamplugh...

Dear Sir, Andrew Norfolk and Peter Yeung have highlighted a problem in this country which puts vulnerable people at risk unnecessarily. In the private hire industry we have an opportunity to act as eyes where others cannot...