Uber has won its appeal against Brighton and Hove City Council and will continue to operate in Brighton and Hove. The taxi app company applied to renew its licence with Brighton and Hove City Council earlier this year, but its application was refused on May 1. The city council's licensing panel said it had 'significant concerns' about the company’s data breach and Uber’s lack of commitment to use only Brighton and Hove licensed drivers in the city Read more: Uber refused licence in Brighton and Hove Uber then launched an appeal, and today (December 11) the company learned it had won. Responding to the news, Councillor Jackie O’Quinn, chair of Brighton and Hove City Council's licensing panel, said: “We’re very disappointed in the court ruling against our decision not to renew Uber Britannia Ltd’s (UBL) Private Hire Operator Licence.

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