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Uber London license loss appeal case could extend up to mid next year

11 December 2017 4

One of the most famous taxi ride services in the world Uber recently lost their license to operate in London for which the company lodged an appeal against and now it appears that it would begin from 30th April 2018 and onwards though it could get delayed until June as per a British judge who mentioned it in a preliminary hearing on Monday.

In addition to this, two other preliminary hearings that would take place on Tuesday or Wednesday would decide if London Taxi Driver’s Association and trade union would be allowed to join Uber for TFL (transport regulator Transport) as part of the case.

As per the TfL ruling earlier in September, we found out that ride-hailing services were not a proper fit to work upon private vehicle hire license.

A written apology by the company in this regard went on as below:

We will appeal this decision on behalf of millions of Londoners, but we do so with the knowledge that we must also change […] We won’t be perfect, but we will listen to you; we will look to be long-term partners with the cities we serve; and we will run our business with humility, integrity and passion.

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Uber London license loss appeal case could extend up to mid next year
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