The chairman of London cab firm Addison Lee got more than he bargained for when his opinion piece in a magazine, blaming “beginner” cyclists for road accidents, went viral among cyclists. London, which is infamous for its congested roads, has seen a surge in bicycles as a form of transport. Londoners trended the hashtag #boycottaddisonlee on Friday, supported by former deputy prime minister John Prescott.
The boss of Britain’s biggest minicab firm today called for cyclists to undergo training and get insurance before being allowed to ride on London’s roads. John Griffin, chairman of Addison Lee, said he wanted to end the “holier than... Read Post
Minicab boss John Griffin made headlines this week after instructing Addison Lee’s 3,500 taxi drivers to use bus lanes in London. Bus lanes are currently off-limits to all vehicles except black cabs, buses, cyclists and (as of Janua... Read Post