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Uber will not receive new London operating licence- LBC

Reuters | London | Updated: 25-11-2019 15:04 IST | Created: 25-11-2019 14:39 IST
Uber will not receive new London operating licence- LBC
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Uber will not receive a new operating license in London from the city's transport regulator, LBC radio reported on Monday citing unnamed sources, on the day the taxi app's right to take rides in Britain's capital city is due to expire.

Transport for London said no decision has been made.

Uber declined to comment.

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