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Uber loses appeal in UK employment rights caseUpdated10 Nov 12:28pm

Uber loses appeal in UK employment rights case

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Ride-hailing app had appealed against ruling that drivers were workers with minimum-wage rights and not self-employed The ride-hailing firm Uber has lost its appeal against a ruling that its drivers should be classed as workers with minimum-wage rights, in a case that could have major ramifications for labour rights in the growing gig economy. The US company, which claims that drivers are self-employed, said it would launch a further appeal against the Employment Appeal Tribunal decision, meaning the case could end up in thesupreme court next year.
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