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COVID-19 will revolutionise the daily commute, according to Addison Lee survey

6 out of 10 London commuters will change the way they travel when the return to work begins, research by Addison Lee has found, with COVID-19 safety concerns changing transport demand patterns. In a survey of 1,000 commuters across the capital’s 32 boroughs, 56% of commuters who travel into London said that they plan to…
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November 27, 2021 0

Latest face mask rules as pubs, restaurants and bars given go ahead to reopen

Face masks are now compulsory on public transport and in hospitals across England – but new rules will make them more important than ever from next month. The Government has announced that all pubs, restaurants, hotels, hairdressers and more will reopen on July 4 – while larger groups will also be allowed to gather in…
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November 27, 2021 0

New face mask rules mean a £100 fine for anyone who breaks the law from today

Members of the public are being warned that £100 penalty fines will apply from Monday as new laws on face coverings come into force across England. Anyone travelling on public transport or entering a hospital must cover their nose and mouth, and those who break the law could face an on-the-spot fine. More than 3,000…
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November 26, 2021 0

FRC’s former chairman joins private equity firm Carlyle

Simon Dingemans, who stepped down as chairman of the UK accounting watchdog in May after just eight months, has resurfaced at US private equity firm Carlyle Group. Mr Dingemans will join Carlyle immediately as a managing director in charge of UK buyouts, and will oversee healthcare deals across Europe, the company said. Carlyle raised a…
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November 26, 2021 0

What is the future for the UK taxi industry post Covid-19? – The London Economic

For many city dwellers the dramatic improvement in air quality they have experienced over the past few weeks has been a welcome silver lining to the daily traumas of Covid-19. However, as lockdown begins to be relaxed and people need to return to work, how are urban centres going to balance environmental, health and safety…
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November 26, 2021 0

Tristar Worldwide begins 45-day consultation process with workers

Addison Lee Group chauffeur division Tristar Worldwide has started a 45-day consultation with some of its workers, according to GMB London. The company is looking to make redundancies following a slump in trade caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. GMB, the union for private hire and chauffer drivers, strongly objects to Tristar beginning the consultation process…
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November 26, 2021 0

C-charge rise blows hole in back-to-work plan, Sadiq Khan told

Sadiq Khan today came under renewed attack for his plan to raise the congestion charge to £15 and to temporarily increase its hours. The levy, up from £11.50, is due to start on June 22, when the charge will also be extended to the weekends and be enforced until 10pm each night, rather than until…
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November 26, 2021 0

Addison Lee to fit screens to protect customers and drivers

Addison Lee is to install partition screens across its 4,000-strong private hire fleet from next week as part of measures to protect drivers and customers. Announced as London begins the return to work, it’s believed to mark a first amongst the private hire sector and comes as a new survey shows commuting is companies’ top…
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November 26, 2021 0