Parminder Sekhon, from the Wolverhampton Taxi Owners Association, said the move "would kill them" as trade is already down 50 per cent compared to five years ago.
What does TOA stand for?
TOA stands for Taxi Owners Association (UK)
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- Table of Allowance
- Table of Authorities (legal documents)
- Table of Organization and Allowance
- Take-Off Angle
- Tangent of Angle X = Opposite Side Length / Adjacent Side Length (Right Angled Triangle)
- Tape on Air (broadcasting)
- Tarifordnung für Angestellte des Öffentlichen Dienstes (public service salary scheme, since 1961 BAT)
- Task Order Agreement (contracting)
- Task Order Analysis
- Täter-Opfer-Ausgleich (German: Offender-Victim Mediation; Austria)
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A RECENT decision by the Scottish Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT), in Welch v The Taxi Owners Association (Grangemouth) Ltd, has stated that a telephone operator was not made redundant in circumstances where there was a decrease in the total amount of work available for her, but an ongoing need for a part-time worker to fill some of her role.
Kevin Faulkner, Chairman of the Drogheda Taxi Owners Association, said he has never seen things as bad: "There is no way we can look for fares to be increased to pay for the extra fuel costs because we are struggling to get the current fares as it is.
Bill Mackintosh, of Glasgow Taxi Owners Association, said: "We're not privy to the checks or what these faults are.
Gurdeep Hyare, chairman of the Coventry Taxi Owners Association (CTOA) said: "Everyone is shocked and surprised by this attack.
Crime Nanette, 45, said: "The Taxi Owners Association will lose thousands of pounds because Johnnie Walker use our taxis for delivery work.
The cabbies, who belong to the Taxi Owners Association, claim the private hire drivers are coming into Wolverhampton from neighbouring areas, particularly during busy weekends, and "ranking up" to attract custom.
Andrew Overton, market development director of LTI, said it had held talks with the Birmingham and Solihull Taxi Association and Birmingham Taxi Owners Association.