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Uber has won a court appeal against London license refusal, clearing the way for the ride-hailing service to keep working in the capital.
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Uber Wins Appeal To Regain Operating Licence In London
Uber has won its appeal to regain its licence to operate in London.Deputy chief magistrate Tan Ikram on Monday handed down his decision on Uber’s appeal against Transport for London’s (TfL) refusal to renew its operating licence after it was removed due to safety concerns.It follows a four-day hearing at Westminster Magistrates’ Court earlier this month.TfL rejected Uber’s application for a new London licence in November 2019, due to “several breaches that placed passengers and their safety at risk”.It found a change to Uber’s systems had allowed unauthorised people to upload their photographs to legitimate driver accounts, enabling them to pick up passengers.Uber had been allowed to continue operating in London until the appeal process is completed.The company was successful in overturning a previous TfL decision not to renew its licence in September 2017.Related... Is It Safe To Take A Taxi During Coronavirus? Uber To Introduce Mandatory Face Coverings For Drivers And Passengers
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A young boy who suffered life-changing injuries when he was hurled from the Tate Modern viewing platform can now stand unaided, family members have said.The seven-year-old has moved into a new recovery centre in his native France as his rehabilitation continues, more than a year after teenager Jonty Bravery threw him from the 10th-storey balcony.Bravery, who is now 18, is serving a 15-year prison sentence for attempted murder.In a statement updating well-wishers about the boy’s progress, his family described how his condition has improved in recent months.They said: “We are already seeing new progress: he can at last stand on his legs without any help or support!“Furthermore, his memory is gradually improving: he can now remember activities he has done the same day or the day before!“Regarding food, he now eats almost alone (after everything has been cut out and prepared for him) and, in a suitable glass, he begins to drink slightly thickened liquids!“It’s very important progress.”The family said the boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, spends his weekdays at the rehabilitation centre and stays with his family at the weekends.The statement added: “At the moment, we are still far from home, but we have come close enough that our son’s friends can come and visit him more often, as well as our family.“The lockdown had isolated us so much: it was really, really hard.“We strongly believe in this new centre.”A fundraising page for the victim has raised more than £250,000 towards his care.Related... Boy Thrown From Tate Modern Balcony 'Goes Home For A Weekend' Council Spent Thousands Trying To Keep Jonty Bravery's Name Secret Teenager Who Threw Boy Off Tate Modern Viewing Platform Jailed For 15 Years Tate Modern Attacker Jonty Bravery ‘Told Carers Of Plan To Kill A Year Earlier’ Tate Modern Boy Gravely Injured In Attack Is Finally Starting To Speak Again Tate Modern Attacker Jonty Bravery Admits Attempted Murder After Throwing Boy From Balcony
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Uber wins back London licence after appealing driver ban over safety concerns
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Chrissy Teigen hospitalised after constant bleeding during pregnancy
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Manchester United morning headlines as Solskjaer urged to start van de Beek
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Ambassadors appeal for acceptance of LGBT people in Poland
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Pregnant Kate Ferdinand shows off baby bump on first wedding anniversary
It's been a whole year since the former TOWIE star said 'I do' to Rio Ferdinand at a sun-drenched ceremony in Turkey
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Lovers 'dismembered man to steal £60,000 then threw body parts in sea'
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The government’s coronavirus sex rules are an insult to singletons
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New nasal spray treatment causes ‘a rapid eradication’ of coronavirus
The treatment is a nasal spray administered once or twice a week and is intended to be used alongside a vaccine.
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Ministers 'preparing total social lockdown plan' for north with pubs shut
London could also face the same restrictions, according to reports this morning
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Russian-born soldier sues MoD for discrimination after he was rejected from the Intelligence Corps
Gleb Steshov, 33, came to Britain aged 13 as his family sought asylum. He claims the MoD rigged exam results and left compromising paperwork on his records to stop him joining Intelligence Corps.
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Thomas Partey benched by Atletico Madrid amid Arsenal transfer rumours
Ghanaian midfielder Thomas started 29 La Liga games for Atletico last season but was only handed a spot amongst the substitutes for the clash with Granada on Sunday
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Sixty-four world leaders back plan to save Earth from a 'planetary state of emergency'
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is among the figure heads who signed the 10-point Pledge For Nature stating the world is in a 'state of planetary emergency' requiring 'immediate global action'.
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Uber wins legal fight to keep operating in London
Uber has won its legal fight to continue operating in London after being deemed "fit and proper" by magistrates.
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‘I’m not meant to have an eating disorder by rights’: Top Gear’s Freddie Flintoff on keeping bulimia battle secret
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Rihanna protects her melanin in racy underwear shot to promote new Fenty Skin set
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<p>The girl band member is now advocating seeking help after coming to terms with her mental health struggles</p>
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14,000 shops have permanently closed this year - costing 125,000 jobs
Billions have been lost by shops across the country as forced closures and travel restrictions were imposed to try and stop coronavirus spreading - and a huge number of shops have gone bust as a result
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New Jadon Sancho transfer claim excites Man United fans
The Borussia Dortmund star has been a top target for United during this summer's transfer window and some fans think that chief negotiator Matt Judsge has sprung into action
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New US citizen refugees excited for first presidential vote
Tens of thousands of refugees fleeing wars and persecution who were welcomed into the U.S. are now American citizens voting the first time in what could be the most consequential presidential election of their lifetimes
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The family whose Black Lives Matter sign shook their conservative town
In the small community of White Sulphur Springs, everyone knows each others’ political stance. But does it promote any fruitful debate? The hamlet of White Sulphur Springs, two hours northwest of New York City, tumbles toward the rolling foothills of the Catskill mountains off New York state route 52 in rural, verdant Sullivan county. The first white settlers, drawn by the dense hemlock forest, set up sawmills; later, dairy farms and tanneries were the area’s main economic drivers. But now and for the past hundred or so years, this bucolic wedge of New York countryside relies on tourism.Nowadays in White Sulphur Springs, there’s one inn, a gardening store, a small grocery that doubles as the local post office, a quaint used bookstore, a Methodist church, and a Dollar General. Continue reading...
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Mariah Carey reveals she worked on an alternative rock album in the Nineties
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BTS announce new album BE ahead of week-long Jimmy Fallon residency
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Lorraine viewers 'spooked' after seeing Al Murray with hair in interview
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Five days that could make or break Brexit: Crunch talks resume in Brussels to secure deal
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GB News: Andrew Neil says new channel will have US-style ‘anchors with a bit of edge’
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