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U.K. Uber drivers are workers not self-employed, Supreme Court rules

Former Uber drivers James Farrar and Yaseen Aslam pose in front of the Supreme Court on Friday

By Mary-Ann Russon

Business reporter, BBC News

Uber drivers must be treated as workers rather than self-employed, the UK’s Supreme Court has ruled.

The decision could mean thousands of Uber drivers are entitled to minimum wage and holiday pay.

The ruling could leave the ride-hailing app facing a hefty compensation bill, and have wider consequences for the gig economy.

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