The growth of app-based Uber is meaning that traditional taxi firms are losing out, according to new research.
The turnover of the top 100 UK taxi and minicab firms has fallen for the first time in five years, as Uber increasingly strengthens its market share, research by accountancy firm Moore Stephens has found.
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From The Undoing to Normal People — screenwriters certainly stepped up to the plate when it came to adapting bestselling novels to the small screen — but what about what else is coming up in 2021 and 2022? The Conversations with Friends adaption is well on its way, with production officially in progress for the BBC series, plus Normal People’s Daisy Edgar-Jones recently confirmed that filming had officially wrapped on Where The Crawdads Sing. Elsewhere, four of our favourite bestselling books are to be adapted to the small screen: firstly Dolly's Alderton's huge hit Everything I Know About Love is being adapted by the BBC, as well as Naoise Dolan's Exciting Times (starring Bridgerton's Phoebe Dynevor as protagonist Ava).