London Taxi Trade Robbed Of 22 Million Pounds Ring-Fenced Funding By Skint TfL.

Last January,  Daniel Jones and three other men were ordered to pay a combined £6,396,273 between them, after it was found they benefitted from an estimated £13.69m worth of stolen cash, gold and gems, taken from a vault in Hatton Garden. 

But just a year down the road, we see another heist worth almost double the Hatton Garden job, but this time with the perpetrators getting off scot-free with the loot.

There was a time that to pull off a heist worth millions of pounds you’d need a team of tough guys, desperadoes, a gang, a team, a firm.....but not any more....this is the face of modern robbers 

But now we see one of the biggest heists in the history of London where a couple of untrustworthy, public servants have taken the Taxi Trade for £22m without any effort, where balaclavas and sawn off shot guns have been replaced by a simple a pen and a lot of hotspur.   

The London Taxi Trade were given £40 million pounds to help drivers switch to an electric powered purpose built Taxi.

This money was ring-fenced to protect the trade against anyone dipping their fingers in the jam pot and helping themselves. 

Then along comes a Mayor, head honcho of a public body which as a result of their woeful mismanagement inadequacies, has found itself in dept to the tune of almost a billion pounds. So selfie Sid decides to help himself to our cash.

It appears that all bets are off and £22 million has gone the same way as the missing millions from the failed Garden Bridge project. 

Worst of all, a number of alleged incompetent ex Director’s and deputy Mayors have been weighed off by the almost bankrupt TfL, with the purloined millions supposedly ring-fenced for Taxi drivers. 

Corporate language such as ‘performance related bonuses’ and ‘loss of employment compensation’ ...replacement for terms like daylight robbery and miss appropriation of public funds. 

from Taxi Leaks
via IFTTT Editorial January 17, 2019 at 01:10AM London Taxi Trade Robbed Of 22 Million Pounds Ring-Fenced Funding By Skint TfL. Call 01908 263263 for airport taxi service Milton Keynes Area