Prominent Conservatives, including a former Chancellor, plead with the Prime Minister to persist with HS2, despite reports that the project is two to three times over budget and may not benefit the areas of England that it was intended to. Boris Johnson set up a review into the project when he entered Number 10 last … Continue reading HS2 divides the Conservative Party
Under the Cameroons HS2 was hailed as a great project to reconnect the UK. However, as days go by it becomes clearer that this vanity project will do very little to benefit the northern people.
Today the TFL have declared that they would strip Uber's licence to operate in the capital. This decision is not only detrimental for Uber and the company's 40,000 drivers, who will miss out on Uber's most profitable city, but also to the three-and-a-half million people who use Uber across the 32 boroughs of London. Instead, the TfL, have opted to damage consumers by facilitating a monopoly on the London market of the older and more established taxi service, that costs substantially more than the service Uber had offered.