More than 200,000 people sign UBER petition opposing new rules

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More than 200,000 people sign UBER petition opposing new rules

The Mayor of London has today been handed a petiton signed by 200,000 people, opposed to new rules for private hire firms like Uber. 

Among the plans being considered by TFL is a 5 minute waiting time for drivers between taking a booking and starting a journey.

The public consultation on the proposals ends tomorrow.

London Live spoke to Tom Elvidge, General Manager of Uber in London.

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