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Uber fares could go up by 20% if it loses a UK court battle

Your cheap Uber ride might cost 20% more if the company loses a legal battle over taxes in the UK. Jolyon Maugham QC is a respected barrister who is suing Uber through his non-profit, the Good Law Project, for alleged unpaid VAT. In a case update, the Good Law Project estimated that Uber will have to charge passengers more, cut drivers' fees, or reduce its own cut of fares if the company loses the case.
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