Ride-hailing app challenges Transport for London in high court over demand that all minicab drivers pass a written English test to get a licence

A plan to force London minicab drivers to pass written English tests would put nearly a third of them out of business, the ride-hailing app Uber has argued.

In a high court battle with Transport for London, lawyers for Uber said the transport body’s own estimates suggest 33,000 drivers would either fail the test or be deterred from trying to renew their licence.

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