Phil Miller - 20 January 2019
DELIVEROO couriers in Bristol went on strike last night in their latest battle against the gig economy giant.
They were joined by riders from rival firms Uber Eats and Stuart, a new corporation.
Up to 100 strikers from campaign group the Bristol Couriers Network demanded a minimum fee of £5 per delivery, paid wait times at £10 per hour and an extra £1 per mile on orders.... See more
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