From: Steve Garelick @ GMB Drivers [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 12 June 2015 18:24
To: IsabelDedring (Isabel.Dedring@london.gov.uk); Chapman Helen (TPH) (HelenChapman@tfl.gov.uk); Emmerson Garrett (GarrettEmmerson@tfl.gov.uk); Robinson Graham (GrahamRobinson@Tfl.gov.uk)
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Subject: Uber – False Insurance
By now you will be aware of the fake insurance document uploaded to Uber to prove our case more forcibly.
I am concerned that Uber will try to claim they have been wronged.
May I remind everyone that Uber have a duty of care to the public as well as specific regulations they must follow.
The failure to even know the insurer does not exist along with proven data protection issues must now surely lead to a license revocation.
Branch Secretary Professional Drivers G56
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Posted: 12th June 2015