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We've mended our ways, Uber tells London court

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We've mended our ways, Uber tells London court

We've mended our ways, Uber tells London court

Uber told a London court on Tuesday that it had addressed all safety and security issues surrounding the app, and thus deserves to get its license back in the city.

Julian Satterthwaite reports.


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