Hundreds of “precarious workers” marched through London as Uber faced the Court of Appeal in a landmark case over its drivers’ employment status and rights. The Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB) organised the protest to offer “solidarity with Uber drivers and demand an end to all precarious work”. The union said that over 500 people including Uber drivers, fast food workers, Deliveroo couriers and outsourced cleaners joined the march from Transport for London headquarters in Blackfriars to the Royal Courts of Justice, less than a mile away.