Uber chief says sorry for firm’s ‘mistakes’
GMB protest calls for regulation of cab industry
TAXI drivers staged a protest in Brighton yesterday calling for better regulation of the sector, as the boss of transnational minicab fi rm Uber said it had made “mistakes.”
Last week Transport for London (TfL) refused to renew Uber’s operating licence, citing concerns about Uber not reporting serious crimes, poor driver vetting and manipulating its service to avoid regulators.
Uber boss Dara Khosrowshahi said he was sorry for “the mistakes we’ve made” and said the firm had “got things wrong.”
However, there is substantial evidence that Uber... read more
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