Early day motion 33

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UBER REGULATION IN THE WEST MIDLANDS

That this House is concerned that companies such as Uber, that use smartphone apps, are operating without due care and attention to taxi and minicab regulations in the West Midlands; expresses further concern that Uber is entrenching its market position at the expense of minicabs that are fully licensed, by operating in Coventry without having put in a formal application to operate in the city; believes that if this continues public confidence in a safe and secure licensing regime will be undermined and this will subsequently undermine the confidence in the taxi and minicab industry; and calls on the Government to bring forward legislation which provides a clear statutory regulation of the geographical boundaries with which companies such as Uber, that use smartphone apps, can legally operate within to protect the distinction between Uber vehicles, taxis and private hire vehicles.

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Name Party Constituency Date Signed
Cunningham, Jim Labour Party Coventry South 21.06.2017
Day, Martyn Scottish National Party Linlithgow and East Falkirk 26.06.2017
Docherty, Martin Scottish National Party West Dunbartonshire 27.06.2017
Godsiff, Roger Labour Party Birmingham Hall Green 28.06.2017
Hopkins, Kelvin [R] Labour Party Luton North 22.06.2017
Russell-Moyle, Lloyd Labour Party Brighton Kemptown 26.06.2017
Shannon, Jim Democratic Unionist Party Strangford 22.06.2017
Spellar, John Labour Party Warley 29.06.2017
Stephens, Christopher Scottish National Party Glasgow South West 22.06.2017
Streeting, Wes Labour Party Ilford North 22.06.2017
Sweeney, Paul Labour Party Glasgow North East 26.06.2017