Moral Crusades

4 MAJOR BANKS PAY NO CORPORATION TAX!

“Our Managing Director, Christopher Jordan, has written to the four Banks in question.

He states,” no laws have been broken – but is it morally right that taxes needed to fund our public services are not being collected by our treasury?

That’s why I have asked a Senior Officer at each Bank a very pertinent question – as to whether they (and their family and fellow work colleagues) would ever use publicly funded NHS services.

Please click on the image below to view one of those letters … and we will post, on this site, their replies”

5 MAJOR BANKS PAY NO CORPORATION TAX!
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The 4 Banks we have written to are:-

Morgan Stanley
Deutsche Bank
Bank of America/Merrill Lynch
J P Morgan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Their Replies!!

Morgan Stanley  

NO RESPONSE AS YET!!

Deutsche Bank  

NO RESPONSE AS YET!!

Bank of America  

NO RESPONSE AS YET!!

J.P.Morgan  

NO RESPONSE AS YET!!

TAXI!! FOR DISABLED PEOPLE

This is what we wrote to UBER – asking them what their attitude is towards to disabled passengers.

Every licensed London Taxi is wheelchair accessible and features a host of accessibility aids.

These include:- Wheelchairs ramps, swivel seats, intermediate step, high visibility seat panels, large coloured grab handles, low level lighting, intercom, hearing aid induction loop and ability to carry assistance dogs at no extra charge.

We would like to post on our website UBERS’s policy with regard to disabled passengers – and how many of their vehicles would have the above aids.
Perhaps you would be kind enough to advise us accordingly.

Yours Sincerely

Christopher W Jordan (Managing Director)

Their Reply!!

UBER Hi Chris,

Good to hear from you – apologies for the delay in coming back to you.

In terms of how we serve disabled users of our app – our mission is to offer affordable, safe and reliable transport options for everyone, everywhere. In order to deliver this, we’ve recently introduced a number of innovations aimed specifically at improving the accessibility of our app and our various products. These include initiatives like uberASSIST (available in five UK cities) – a product aimed at offering a bit of extra assistance for disabled riders and those with access needs when taking a journey in a vehicle on the Uber App. We’re also committed to offering fully wheelchair accessible vehicles through our app in London in the near future.

Very happy to discuss in more detail if that’s helpful.

Best wishes

Alan