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Uber rival Bolt facing legal action over minimum wage and workers' rights

Andrei Donisa claims Bolt expelled him for refusing to take enough fares

A minicab app bidding to topple Uber in London is facing legal action over claims it underpaid the minimum wage – a move also intended to force it to provide drivers with workers’ rights.

Andrei Donisa is bringing a test case against Bolt after it expelled him from its platform for refusing to take enough fares. Bolt treats its 30,000 drivers as self-employed and Donisa claims its behaviour runs contrary to its claim to hold “high ethical principles”.

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