Uber has filed an appeal against Transport for London’s decision to refuse it a new licence.Read the full story ›
TfL stripped Uber of its London licence over concerns about passenger safety and and vetting of its drivers.Read the full story ›
The new Uber chief executive will visit London for talks with the capital's transport commissioner on Tuesday.Read the full story ›
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.Read the full story ›
A comedian who fell asleep in an Uber car got a shock when the journey that should have taken minutes ended up as a 35-mile detour.Read the full story ›
A young mother has accused an Uber driver of attacking her after a row over making two drop-offs.Read the full story ›
The rumbling row between black cab drivers and private hire car firms could be resolved this week.Read the full story ›
Blackcab drivers will stage a protest against TfL's licensing conditioning of Uber drivers.
United Cabbies Group stage a demonstration starting at the Aldwych and extending to Ludgate Circus in London until 6pm.
Families and partners of taxi drivers are planning a protest this afternoon over what they say is a lack of proper regulation of cab companies.
The demonstration takes place today at 2pm outside Windsor House.
Protestors are calling for proper monitoring of drivers and a limit to the number of taxis on the City's roads.