Wochit Headline News Uber lost another legal battle in London on Friday. An employment tribunal decided to uphold its decision made last year that Uber drivers must be treated as employees of the company. Being an employee means drivers have workers' rights, including the..
euronews (in English) Ride-hailing app Uber has lost its appeal against a landmark ruling ordering it to treat its drivers as employees.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) on Friday (October 10) rejected Uber’s argument that it is merely an agent that connects..
Reuters Studio A British tribunal has upheld a lower body's decision that Uber drivers are entitled to rights including minimum wage and vacation time. It's yet another blow to the taxi service as it struggles to survive in its most important European market...
Wochit News 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...
Agence France-Presse (AFP) London transport authorities announce they will not renew Uber's licence to operate in the city when it expires on September 30 for safety reasons, although it has three weeks to appeal.
Wochit Headline News On Friday, London stripped Uber of its license to operate in the city. Uber will lose its license starting at the end of Septembe. The move is a huge blow to the taxi app that will affect more than 40,000 drivers in one of the world’s biggest..
Wibbitz Top Stories London won't be riding with Uber anymore. Mayor Sadiq Khan, as well as London's transport authority, believe that Uber is not "fit and proper" to operate in the city. Transport for London cites the American firm's track record on reporting criminal..
IBTimes Transport for London has announced it will not be renewing Uber's license to operate as a private hire operator from 1 October. Around 40,000 Uber drivers currently operate in London, and the service is used by 3.5 million customers each week.
IBTimes Transport for London (TFL) have decided not to renew the license to operator for the minicab company, after years of pressure from the city's black cab drivers. TFL said in a statement that the controversial company is "not fit and proper" to hold the..