A landmark ruling from the Supreme Court means that Uber will be reclassifying its 70,000 UK drivers as workers rather than self-employed contractors.
The unanimous dismissal of Uber’s appeal handed down by the court ends a long-running legal battle.
It means Uber drivers are entitled to minimum wage, holiday pay and other benefits which are not enjoyed by gig economy workers for the first time.
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