Data watchdog looks at whether No 10 covered up Uber correspondence
Information Commissioner’s Office investigates amid claims Cameron tried to protect taxi app from tougher regulation
The information watchdog is investigating whether Downing Street covered up correspondence relating to Uber, amid accusations that former prime minister David Cameron tried to protect the taxi app from tougher regulation proposed by the London mayor’s office.
The Information Commissioner’s Office said it was making inquiries about why Downing Street said it had no record of correspondence from a former No 10 adviser, Daniel Korski, with City Hall relating to Uber dated October 2015.
Source: Guardian Transport