BLACK CAB BATTLE GOES TO CAMERON; Union Asks Prime Minister to Save British Icon
Byline: Cara Simpson NEWS REPORTER
THE FIGHT to save the Coventrymade black cab is being taken to Downing Street.
Union leaders have written to Prime Minister David Cameron and Mayor of London Boris Johnson urging them to back the growing campaign.
Unite, which represents LTI workers and taxi drivers, has also sent letters to key ministers, urging them to publicly back the campaign to save the maker of the black cab and ensure the iconic vehicle is still built in Britain.
Taxi maker LTI went into administration in October, putting the future of Britain's only black cab producer at risk.
The administrator, Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC), …
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Publication information: Article title: BLACK CAB BATTLE GOES TO CAMERON; Union Asks Prime Minister to Save British Icon. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Coventry Evening Telegraph (England). Publication date: December 11, 2012. Page number: 7. © 2009 Coventry Newpapers. COPYRIGHT 2012 Gale Group.
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