Taxi Trade Protest on London's Whitehall.

View - Trainee cabbie sitting the 'knowledge' training is arrested for obstruction as An estimated 5000 taxi drivers protest on Whitehall against alleged government bias against the black cab trade and the promotion of private hire firms such as Uber. The cabbies claim that the government has a 'light touch' approach at the expense of regulations and passenger safety in proposed changes and updates in the Private Hire Act 1998. at Whitehall - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 10th February 2016 (18 Pictures)


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