Published: 13:07, 25 November 2019
| Updated: 13:07, 25 November 2019
For the second time in just over two years, Uber's been stripped of its operating licence in London - which also covers Medway and Dartford.
Transport for London says the taxi app is not "fit and proper", and puts passenger safety at risk - but the cab-hailing service is going to appeal and calls the decision 'extraordinary and wrong'.
Also in today's episode: university lecturers begin an eight day strike over pay and working conditions, Morrisons becomes the first supermarket to sell food past its best before date, and the Gillingham manager says Saturday's defeat was a 'smack in the face'.
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