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London — Uber Technologies plans to formally recognise a trade union in the UK that will give drivers increased powers to collectively bargain while also preserving the company’s worker model.

The ride-hailing giant struck a deal that will allow Uber’s 70,000 drivers in the country to organize and collectively bargain under the GMB labour group. The deal announced  on Wednesday  will let drivers retain the ability to choose where and when they work, people said...

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