Uber appeals decision to cancel its London license

Uber appeals decision to cancel its London license

Uber appeals decision to cancel its London license

Uber could continue to be hailed across London for another year after officially filing its appeal against Transport for London's decision to revoke its London license. A hearing is likely to place on 11 December.

"We hope to continue having constructive discussions with Transport for London", Uber said in a statement.

Today was the last day Uber could appeal TfL's decision to renew its licence and now in the hands of the courts, Londoners could see Uber stick around in the future. "As our new CEO [chief executive] has said, we are determined to make things right", an Uber spokesperson said.

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The US-based company submitted its appeal with Westminster magistrates court, setting in motion an appeal process during which it will continue to operate in the United Kingdom capital.

The capital's transit authority - Transport for London (TfL) - said last month that it would not renew Uber's license because of its approach to reporting serious crimes, along with other concerns.

"I fully support TfL's decision - it would be wrong if TfL continued to licence Uber if there is any way that this could pose a threat to Londoner's safety and security".

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According to Harrison, four patrolling officers saw suspicious activity and got out of their units. Landrieu added, "These are the worst kind of days for the city". "This hurts", Harrison said.

A man poses holding a smartphone showing the App for ride-sharing cab service Uber in London on September 22, 2017. Khosrowshahi apologized for "the mistakes" the company had made.

However yesterday, at a question time session, London's mayor, Sadiq Khan, confirmed TfL would be standing by its decision and defending it in court, saying: "The courts now will consider the appeal from Uber and of course TfL will defend the decision they made".

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