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After the Employment Appeal Tribunal upheld the decision of the Employment Tribunal that Uber drivers are workers, rather than being self-employed, and thus have the right to be paid the National Minimum Wage or the National Living Wage and to receive holiday pay (Uber B.V. and Others v Aslam and Others), Uber made clear its intention to appeal and requested that the case be 'fast-tracked' to the Supreme Court.
Permission has been refused, however, and Uber must pursue its appeal in the Court of Appeal.