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Uber lost english test appeal

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PCO English Test Could Cost 33,000 Driver Jobs



As we’re sure you’re aware, PCO drivers will need to take a English test or prove they hold the relevant qualification. The deadline for drivers who received their PCO licence on or after 14 October 2016 will have until 30 September 2017 to prove that they comply with the English language requirement (for full details on all cases please click here)

Uber has suggested that a third of partner drivers will be out of business. Lawyers for Uber said the transport body’s estimates suggest 33,000 drivers would either fail the test or be deterred from trying to renew their licence.

Is not a joke, i think TFL will want a 75k cap on phv drivers here in London



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