Uber to pay UK drivers minimum wage, holiday pay and pension

Move follows supreme court ruling that drivers are workers but critics say they are still short-changed

Uber is to guarantee its 70,000 UK drivers a minimum hourly wage, holiday pay and pensions after a landmark supreme court ruling.

The ride-hailing app said drivers would start benefiting from the changes from Wednesday while retaining the right to choose when they work, as it accepted they were classed as workers in line with the ruling.

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