Uber has been fined £385,000 by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) for failing to protect customers' personal information during a cyber attack.
GMB’s Steve Garelick has said that Uber “want to get away with as little cost” as possible as hundreds of “precarious workers” gather outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London ahead of Uber’s appeal hearing on Tuesday.
The taxi company overturned its ban after a judge deemed the service 'fit and proper' to operate in the city.
Uber will appear in court today to appeal having its license revoked by Transport for London, and documents will be presented showing thousands of drivers were accused of 'inappropriate conduct'
Customers on the West Coast line will be able to book an Uber taxi to the station and when they arrive at their destination.
Uber has come under much controversy and other companies do appear to be running a similar service
Uber has claimed the ruling won't affect its operation in the UK
The northern city follows London in its decision to not renew the company's operating license
The personal information of around 57 million users was exposed in the late 2016 hack, but the hackers only made off with driver details
The company will hear the result of the appeal lodged after two drivers won a landmark ruling last year
Uber is currently challenging a ruling which says its drivers should get employment benefits
London commentator Dave Hill says it's hard to imagine London without Uber now despite it only operating for a few years
A woman has claimed an Uber driver tried to keep her in a car against her will and drive her to another location
The driver sent messages to his wife's claiming he'd been kidnapped, with audio of him pretending to be tortured
Uber has launched a 'handful' of self-driving cars in San Francisco to test out their capabilities and iron out any glitches before rolling the idea out further