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Appeals against license withdrawal in London

Friday, October 13th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

    London wants to revoke the license and leave the road to the legendary cabs as well as mini-cars.
                (Image: dpa, Lauren Hurley)
             Transport for London wants to elude the controversial US start-up. As expected, however, the law passed, but at the same time sought dialogue with the authorities.


        As expected, the service agent Uber has filed an objection against the withdrawal of his license in London. This was announced by the company on Friday and at the same time emphasized once again its willingness to talk. Until a final decision is reached, Uber can continue to offer his service in the British capital for the time being.
The TfL (Transport for London) suburban transport agency announced in September that it would not extend the Uber license. The start-up from the US is irresponsible, among other things concerning the reporting of criminal offenses and medical controls of the drivers.
According to information, about 3.5 million people in London use the app of the service agent, about 40,000 people are registered as drivers. More than 850,000 people signed a petition calling the authority to reverse their decision.
 (dpa) /




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