Firm turns attention to commercial and personal lines to supplement its core business
“We have widespread evidence of a culture of excessive hours being driven by workers frequently being paid below the living wage as they try to make ends meet,” claims union
Recalls are growing in frequency and in size, due to this reason, one expert explains
The move is seen as a response to criticisms that Uber is neglecting its 40,000 drivers in the UK
Agency says insurers will be forced to diversify in search of other profit sources
But company loses dispute over the government’s language requirement, risking the jobs of 33,000 drivers
UK aims to be "a global centre for excellence in connected and autonomous vehicles"
Insurer rejects claims for whiplash injuries after minor collision