Black cab drivers across the capital were left jumping for joy, whilst millions of Londoners and Uber driver were left shocked after Transport for London announced it will not renew Uber’s private hire licence when it expires on September 30.
Earlier today TFL said Uber’s application had been rejected as it believed the operator was “not fit and proper to hold a private licence”. It said Uber’s approach and conduct demonstrate a lack of corporate responsibility in relation to a number go issues, which have “potential public safe and security implications.”
Cervical cancer currently claims two lives every day in the UK and is the most common cancer in women aged 35 and under.
It is largely preventable, which in itself is quite rare, and this is mainly due to the screening programme we have in the UK.
However awareness for the disease, and the need for cervical screening, is becoming ever more vital as 1 in 4 women are failing to attend when invited and attendance in England is at a 19 year low.
MPs voted overwhelmingly to allow the government to trigger Article 50 last night.
The draft Brexit bill was given the go ahead by MPs who voted 494 to 122. The only thing now standing in Prime Minister Theresa May’s way of pushing the exit button by the end of March is the House of Lords, who have also been warned not to block the legislation.