Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Headline of the Day

"The biggest legal crisis facing Uber started with a pile of vomit."

In his evidence, Farrar said that in some months he earned as little as £5 per hour, well below the current national minimum wage for over-25s of £7.20. (It’s now £7.83.) To this day, Uber continues to dispute that figure and claims that, even after accounting for running costs and Uber’s service charge, the average driver in the UK earns £12 per hour.