Uber Loses London License Over 14,000 Uninsured Trips

Law360, London (November 25, 2019, 2:02 PM GMT) -- Uber London lost its license to operate in the British capital on Monday after the city’s transport authority found that more than 14,000 trips had been made with uninsured drivers so far this year.

Transport for London said it had identified a “pattern of failures” by Uber London Ltd. that had placed passenger safety at risk.

The authority granted the ride-hailing service a license in September to operate in London for two months while it investigated. But TfL said on Monday that it will not issue the company with a new private hire operator’s license.

“It is unacceptable that Uber has...

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