Ride-hailing app firm argued that standard required of Transport for London test to obtain licence was too high

The ride-hailing app firm Uber has lost a high court case in a ruling that means all minicab drivers in London will have to pass a written English test, including a short essay.

The judge, Mr Justice Mitting, admitted this could cost the capital 40,000 cab drivers over three years but said Transport for London had no other option that was less restrictive. The San Francisco-based firm said it would appeal against the ruling.

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