Uber accused of using ‘loaded questions’ in survey of drivers

Unions say questions are designed to help get sympathetic changes in employment law

Uber has been accused of using “loaded questions” in a consultation with drivers, after a landmark court ruling handed workers rights to improved conditions.

The firm may have to pay out over £100m in compensation to 10,000 drivers, after the UK supreme court ruled last week they are entitled to holiday pay, a company pension and the national minimum wage. Uber has previously argued that its 60,000 UK drivers are self-employed independent contractors with limited employment rights.

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Uber accused of using ‘loaded questions’ in survey of drivers