When Mail Online checked the cost a day later, the same trip was being offered from £14 to £23.Uber has defended their policy and said the prices rise and fall with demand.Yesterday Jehangir's father Mohammed, 64, confirmed his son's death but was too upset to comment further.
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Dr Daman Mullhi chose to reach her workplace with a £30 minicab from a local firm instead.
Uber's pricing is done automatically, based on supply of cars in the area and demand from would-be passengers, but Dr Mullhi said the firm needs to review its system.
Dashcam footage released by the police then showed the moment occupants hurled heroin from the car Jehangir, who lived a short distance away in Bordesley Green, was jailed for 34 months last November over two counts of dangerous driving and possession with intent to supply.
A court heard how he was at the wheel of an Audi S3 which had been tailed by police through Penkridge, Staffordshire, on to the southbound M6 carriageway in July 2015.
They were both based in Birmingham.'Her contribution and passion for drama was her desire and her two beautiful children followed.'Her daughter and son got involved with the school holidays drama club called Words, Signs and Vibes.'She encouraged and supported her children with drama and acted as an inspiration.
Her children are still involved with the theatre in all aspects.'The whole deaf and sign language community are really devastated that she has gone so soon and we will all miss her so much.'All of our prayers and thoughts are with her family especially her two beautiful children.'Lucy, thank you for your wholehearted commitment towards the drama and deaf people.'You have been truly amazing.Sgt Alan Hands, from the force's Collision Investigation Unit, said: 'Our investigations continue as we work to establish exactly what happened.'We have spoken to several drivers and potential witnesses but would still like to hear from anyone who was in the area at the time and has not yet spoken to us.'Our family liaison officers are supporting relatives of the bereaved at this tragic time and our thoughts remain with them.'We have done our utmost to respect the grieving families' wishes for privacy with regards to releasing casualty details - but as names of the deceased are now already in the public domain, and to avoid further speculation, it is now right for us to formally confirm the names of the victims.Jehangir had recently been released from jail after a high-speed chase in 2015.Ms de Clifford said: 'Lucy Davis was a wonderful, beautiful, caring, gentle and a passionate person about the Deaf community.'She believed in every deaf person she met, working with and developing friendships with the deaf people.She took a strong interest in British Sign Language and it became part of her life.'She was involved in Inte Great Theatre years ago which integrates a deaf and hearing theatre group and last summer she was involved with Word of Hands Theatre summer school.Three of the men - named locally as Jehangir, Tauqeer Hussain, 26, and Mohammed Fahsa, 30 - were killed instantly in the collision, which also involved a seven-seater taxi and a third vehicle in which the two occupants 'astonishingly' escaped without serious injury.