The taxi service Uber has announced that it is to pull out of Denmark, following the introduction of new taxi laws. Currently, the app has around 300,000 users in the country, with more than 2,000 drivers signed up to the service. However, the Danish government has recently passed a law requiring all taxi drivers to have a fare metre enabled in their car. Uber has said that it is working with the Danish government in order to “enable Danes to enjoy the benefits of modern technologies” like the app. This is not the first time the company has struggled with European law, as it fights against the banning of its low-cost UberPop service in multiple other countries.