Wednesday 15 July 2020 10:00 pm

The City View: Jamie Heywood on Uber's licencing battle

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Today Andy Silvester is joined by Jamie Heywood, Uber’s General Manager for the UK, Northern and Eastern Europe. They talk about the firm’s licencing battle, how Covid-19 has affected the company and the future of transportation. Electric cars, charging points, the new Uber boat and congestion charging are all on the agenda too. 

Andy looks too at the Apple court ruling, the bad news for the news industry and Huawei’s role in the UK’s 4G networks – as well as discussing the TfL cleaner who wiped a Banksy off a tube carriage.

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