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Uber Loses Appeal Against U.K. Ruling on Drivers' Rights

Wall Street Journal Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
Uber Technologies suffered a setback in a British court when an appeals tribunal reaffirmed a decision that the company must give its drivers employee rights like paid vacations.
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News video: London Court Says Uber Drivers Have Rights

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The court ruled Uber's drivers aren't self-employed and need more benefits.

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