top of page

Uber and ADCU successful in landmark judgment that will affect private hire operators in England

Updated: Jul 29

Uber and the App Drivers & Couriers Union (ADCU) have been successful in their court case against Sefton Council & other named regional operators in a landmark ruling that will affect private hire operators in England.

Uber brought the case following an earlier decision by the UK Supreme Court, which ruled that Uber drivers were workers. The landmark ruling had huge implications on the global giant's UK tax obligations.

Uber sought to take further action and requested the High Court to rule whether other private-hire taxi operators throughout England, not just in London, should also enter into a similar model of agreement with its customers.


COURT RULING: What the Uber versus Sefton court ruling means for industry models and VAT in England


Private hire vehicle firm now calling on Government to ‘ZERO-RATE’ VAT following landmark ruling


TaxiPoint are continuing to analyse the court judgment and receiving comments from parties involved. We will update this page with more articles relating to the topic.

For all the latest breaking news join our WhatsApp news service here.

Subscribe to our newsletter. Receive all the latest news

Thanks for subscribing!

LTDA Post.gif
bottom of page