Traffic in Blackfriars Road was halted on Monday morning as minicab drivers protested outside Transport for London's offices over plans to remove their congestion charge exemption.
Lambeth Council will soon have a new leader after Cllr Lib Peck announced her resignation from the authority to take a job running City Hall's new violence reduction unit.
Monday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2019-01-14
Today’s your final day to take your Christmas tree to Archbishop’s Park for recycling pic.twitter.com/X8EgZ1DEGh
Minicab drivers hold congestion charge demo in Blackfriars Road london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9797
All change in Lambeth as Lib Peck quits for City Hall job london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9796
Minicab protest now on Blackfriars Bridge.
Latest in Blackfriars Road pic.twitter.com/NivMAhqUWB
Minicab protest has moved to TfL’s taxi and private hire offices at 230 Blackfriars Road pic.twitter.com/d1FKiC9NeE
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Blackfriars Road remains closed due to minicab protest. Cycle superhighway unaffected. pic.twitter.com/LBq06hQ88Q
Minicab drivers accuse TfL and the mayor of discrimination. pic.twitter.com/ZCr2OLeesw
Blackfriars Road closed for minicab drivers’ protest. Buses diverted via Waterloo Road pic.twitter.com/YO1qYiiY63
Minicab drivers protesting against plans to withdraw their congestion charge exemption twitter.com/tfltrafficnews…
@PhilVabulas It seems not
All change in Lambeth - council leader Lib Peck stepping down from town hall role to take up new post as director o… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
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