Exclusive data from the British Transport Police indicates there has been an increase in reports of sexual assault on the London underground.
Deliveroo drivers say they will be "forced" to compete for jobs and fear they could earn less money, because of new changes to the app.
It's been alleged that a woman was sexually assaulted in London in 2010, 2011, and 2015.
Uber And Deliveroo's Use Of Self-Employed Drivers Has "Major Tax Benefits", The Author Of A Gig Economy Review Says
Matthew Taylor also said Uber and Deliveroo drivers "probably ought to be" classified as workers instead of self-employed.
"I think the business absolutely accepts in some places it's had the wrong attitude and needs to change," Uber's head of policy admitted.
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Last year a group of drivers won the right to holiday and sick pay. On Wednesday Uber appealed that decision, arguing it is no different from any minicab company.
"Everyone is scared that someone can just come in and do something terrible," Suleman Sarwar told BuzzFeed News.
The under-fire taxi firm has apologised after Transport for London refused to renew its licence, but union bosses say "actions speak louder than words".
"It's crazy. The tone of the letter says it all. They really don't care."
This Clothing Brand's Advert Has Been Called "Socially "Irresponsible" For Its Depiction Of Young Women
Pretty Little Thing has been slammed by the Advertising Standards Authority for portraying young women that the regulator said looked under 16.
Commuters caught up in Friday morning's incident described scenes of chaos as panicked passengers were caught up in a crush to leave the station platform.
888 Is In Trouble For An Ad Showing A "Depressed" Man Gambling To Pay For His Wife’s Cancer Treatment
Online betting firm 888.com, which was last week issued a record fine by the Gambling Commission, has been found to have engaged in "irresponsible" advertising.
"Joy is a brand that prides [itself] on diversity and inclusion, and we would never want to associate ourselves with these viewpoints," a spokesperson said.
"We don't know where the alternative tickets will be in the theatre and when they will offer them for, which potentially means we can't go when planned. I'm hugely disappointed," one person told BuzzFeed News.
The ride-hailing app has been told to stop taking bookings in London following "serious" concerns about its licence to operate.
Markus Villig was just 19 when he founded Taxify, and he's now brought it to London. But can he really drive customers away from Uber?
The retailer, which has said it does not wish to "reinforce" gender stereotyping, has been praised by campaigners – but some people are incensed.
888 was fined £7.8 million after 7,000 vulnerable customers who had self-excluded from the site were still able to gamble due to a technical error.
A 72-year-old man was found to be paying £110 to Sky TV until his niece raised the alarm. Sky has apologised and halved his monthly bill.