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The Observer: Judge in Uber’s London legal battle steps aside over husband’s links to firm

Emma Arbuthnot, who gave a licence back to Uber, acts over potential conflict of interest Yesterday the Observer newspaper reported that the Judge who presided at Uber’s London Operators licence appeal has stepped away from the case because of a possible conflict of interest in the case The possible conflict arises because she is married […]

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London Cabbies Uber Legal Action

Cabbie Group Action press release London Cabbies launch claim against Uber Black cab drivers across London are planning to bring a group legal action against Uber for damages and loss of earnings on the basis of Uber’s unlawful operations in London. London’s cab drivers are coming together as Cabbie Group Action to bring a potential […]

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Landmark tribunal ruling sees Unite plan to set up ‘bogus self-employment’ unit

Unite the union press release 28 October 2016 Britain’s largest union, Unite announced it would be setting up a special ‘bogus self-employment’ unit to pursue employers who were shamelessly dodging their responsibilities by classifying workers as self-employed. The announcement came after the GMB won a landmark employment tribunal which ruled Uber drivers were workers rather […]

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Cold and flu medicines could put motorists over the new drug drive limit

Drivers who take certain prescription drugs or over the counter medicines could face prosecution News from Thompsons Solicitors. Published 06 Feb 2015 Over the counter cold and flu medicines could put motorists over the drug drive limit under new regulations due to come into force on 02 March 2015. Police have warned that drivers using […]

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