Cribble marches on despite ultimatum from TFL 11 March 2019 Graham Robinson from TFL has sent Cribble an ultimatum to shutdown our re-vamped app immediately. To help TFL better understand our brand new concept we have further clarified our published definitions. "It's not a taxi App where drivers offer rides to passengers. It's an App where drivers can offer gigs to clients." 1) For the avoidance of doubt "taxi" includes all forms of private hire. 2) A gig is "a job that lasts a certain period of time". We have also highlighted that the language used in the App is : a) "Get stuff moved"; and b) "Get paid to move things"; and that the "gig" is how the driver explains the type of stuff that can be moved in his vehicle. We stand by our position that we can't control what gets moved anymore than TFL can control what gets moved on their busses, roads or black cabs. However, we are happy to repeat that "Get stuff moved" is not intended to move passengers. We had an app to move passengers that was shutdown on Saturday because it was sabotaged by allegations from TFL. We remain confident that TFL has no case to make.