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2 free trips (£10 each) for new users at Uber on the o2 priority app
2 free trips (£10 each) for new users at Uber on the o2 priority app

2 free trips (£10 each) for new users at Uber on the o2 priority app

Another great offer that has popped up on the o2 priority app.

In short we can take 2 trips (of under £10 cost each) for free if you've never used uber before.

Free travel out and back for a night out on the town ;-)

Available in London, Cardiff, Southampton, Portsmouth, Bristol, Nottingham, Leicester, Manchester, York, Leeds, Birmingham, Sheffield, Liverpool, Newcastle, Sunderland, Edinburgh, Glasgow

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Small and medium sized businesses are being killed off by this two tier tax system

Multi nationals like Uber are competing unfairly with hard working taxi drivers by siphoning profits to tax havens and thus avoiding paying for the roads they use and the fair amount of tax every other taxi pays. Basically getting a subsidy from our government to destroy the livelihoods of thousands. The destruction of tax paying taxi drivers careers is not worth a few free rides. People need to look around them and care about the society they live in, not just for themselves, but for the next generation who will live in a bankrupt economy or an economy that favours the 1% - multi nationals over young people's life prospects.

To be fair this problem of multi nationals crippling the small and medium sized businesses (back bone of the economy) is down to our government allowing the loopholes. But people need to speak up more https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jun/18/uk-reject-eu-plans-combat-multinational-tax-avoidance

If you have a choice, which you do, make it a choice that benefits society
Edited by: "david_kly" 17th Oct 2016

Uber maybe cheaper, but they don't offer any worker employment rights or benefits, they exploit workers (whether they realise it or not) with pricing to the bottom and they steal tax money that support the public services such as the NHS. Boycott them for the future and put pressure on government to regulate these multi nationals properly

Multi nationals like Uber are competing unfairly with hard working taxi … Multi nationals like Uber are competing unfairly with hard working taxi drivers by siphoning profits to tax havens and thus avoiding paying for the roads they use and the fair amount of tax every other taxi pays



In that case you will hate wired.com/201…ar/

The career of a taxi driver is one that is numbered.

Just make sure you don't have a Guidedog
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