Exclusive: Loophole allows Uber to avoid UK tax, undercut rivals

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LONDON (Reuters) – Car service Uber is using a gap in EU and UK tax rules to avoid incurring sales tax on the booking fees it charges drivers in Britain, a practice a senior politician said was unfair to competitors and defied the intent of the law.