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Taxi drivers may be wrong, but they have a point

Taxi drivers may be wrong, but they have a point

By Adam Gale Wednesday, 10 February 2016

The London cabbies protesting over TfL's treatment of Uber have legitimate grievances, but ultimately regulations are supposed to serve the public.

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