Here’s how today’s story in the Sunday Times starts:
Uber has been accused by police of failing to report sex attacks and other “serious crimes” committed by its drivers, and of obstructing officers trying to investigate them.
The company, which operates in more than 20 British cities and 633 worldwide, faces a licence review in London, its biggest European market.
In a letter obtained by The Sunday Times, Inspector Neil Billany, head of the Metropolitan police’s taxi and private hire unit, said he had “significant concern” that Uber seemed to be “deciding what [crimes] to report”, telling police only about “less serious matters” that would be “less damaging to [its] reputation”.
Read the letter here.