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Uber loses U.K. appeal bid to overturn workers’ rights decision

Globe and Mail Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
Ride-hailing service has faced regulatory and legal setbacks around the world amid opposition from traditional taxi services and concern among some regulators
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News video: Uber Loses UK Appeal To Overturn Decision On Workers' Rights

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On Friday, taxi app Uber lost a bid to overturn a decision by a tribunal which claimed its drivers deserved workers' rights such as the minimum wage, in a huge blow to the company already battling to retain its license to operate in London. The U.S. ride-hailing service has faced world-wide...

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