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End TfL Discrimination against private hire

Blackfriars Rd, London. Mon 28 Jan 2019



 Drivers gathered on the pavement outside TfL at the start of the protest

 They had parked in both lanes of the southbound carriageway

 And then began to protest on the road

 

'TfL Driving Us Into Poverty'

 

 People watch from the offices above

 

 

 

 

 

 Some drivers put banners on their windscreens

 or car bonnets

 After parking they walked down to meet the others outside TfL

 

 

 

 The NSSN had come to show solidarity

 Many of the drivers are in the British Bangladesh Mincab Drivers Association

 The IWGB has brought together different groups of drivers in the UPHD - United Private Hire Drivers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 The building which houses the TfL towers above one of the speakers

 

 and another points angrily up at it

 

 

 Numbers at the protest are still growing

 UPHD General Secretary James Farrar

 

 

 

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