Prime minister accuses London mayor of ‘damaging lives’ of users, but acknowledges ride-hailing firm must address safety issues

Theresa May has said the decision not to renew Uber’s London licence is disproportionate, and accused the mayor, Sadiq Khan, of putting thousands of jobs at risk.

The ride-hailing company to appeal against the decision by Transport for London not to renew its licence to operate in the capital for reasons of public safety.

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