Uber has lifted the lid on the size of its business in the UK for the first time, revealing £3.4 billion of revenue last year.

The American app operator made £2.6 billion of sales from its ride-hailing business, with a further £700 million from its food delivery business Uber Eats, which ferries takeaways from restaurants and groceries from supermarkets.

The numbers, revealed in accounts for the year to December 2022 filed at Companies House, show the total amount that Uber takes in orders, before the money is split with drivers and restaurants. It is the first time Uber has given a clear picture of its UK business since it implemented changes to its structure in March.

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