London Mayor Sadiq Khan says Uber has put “unfair pressure” on Transport for London (TfL), with an “army” of PR experts and lawyers.
The mayor says Uber has done “aggressive” threats about holding TfL to court.
On Friday, TfL denied it a new looseness to work in London, citing concerns over open reserve and security.
However, Uber says it has followed TfL manners and works closely with a Metropolitan Police.
In a twitter on Sunday, Uber pronounced it would plea a TfL preference “in a courts to urge a livelihoods of drivers and a consumer choice of millions of Londoners who use Uber”.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who is also authority of TfL, shielded a organisation: “What we can’t do is have a conditions where astray vigour is brought on a quasi-judicial body, where there are officials operative impossibly hard.
“I conclude Uber has an army of PR experts, we conclude Uber has an army of lawyers – they’ve also done assertive threats about holding us to court.”
While Mr Khan chairs a TfL board, according to a organisation, he was not concerned in a routine of determining either to emanate Uber with a licence.
That is rubbed by TfL’s cab and private sinecure department.
Uber is penetrating to reason talks with officials from that dialect “as shortly as possible”, Fred Jones, a comparison executive with Uber in a UK, told a Today Programme.
Mr Jones pronounced that Uber was “not clear” about a issues lifted by TfL when it denied a association a licence.
One of a points lifted by TfL was Uber’s “approach to how Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks are obtained”.
That partial of a routine was not even rubbed by Uber, pronounced Mr Jones. Instead, a drivers organized their possess DBS check and took that paperwork to TfL.
TfL afterwards reviews that focus before giving a motorist a looseness permitting them to expostulate for Uber.
TfL would not elaborate serve on a emanate with a approach in that Uber organises DBS checks, since that would be expected to come adult when Uber appealed opposite a decision.
It would usually repeat that it was Uber’s “approach” to DBS checks that was a problem.
More than 730,000 people have sealed an online petition in a bid to keep Uber handling in London after a looseness expires on 30 September.