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Uber has turned to Hogan Lovells and Tom de la Mare QC of Blackstone Chambers to appeal Transport for London’s (TfL) decision to reject its application for a new licence in London.

Hogan Lovells head of public law and policy Charles Brasted will act for Uber in the legal challenge.

TfL announced today (22 September) that it will not renew Uber’s licence when it expires on 30 September after concluding that the taxi company “is not fit and proper to hold a private hire operator licence”.

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