Uber has won the right to take Transport for London (TfL) to court over "stifling" rules that would force its drivers to pass English tests.
The company had applied for a judicial review of TfL’s new regulations for private hire drivers, which were due to take effect on October 1.
That review will now take place to decide whether thousands of drivers should be forced to pass an English language test before they can work in the UK.
It will also consider TfL’s proposal to order Uber to open a 24-hour call centre in London.
TfL also wants Uber to notify it of any changes to its operating model.