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British contractors remain optimistic despite IR35

by Alan Little

30 November 2017, Comments 0

A new survey by Qdos Contractor, a leading tax advisory service for contracting professionals, has found that freelancing and contracting professionals are weathering the […]


Matthew Taylor: don’t undermine flexibility by over-regulating employment rights

by Alan Little

28 November 2017, Comments 0

The recently published draft bill on the gig economy from the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and Work and Pensions Select Committees has […]


Contracting stakeholders respond to IR35 budget plans

by Alan Little

23 November 2017, Comments 0

Chancellor Phillip Hammond did not mention IR35 in his Autumn budget speech yesterday, but accompanying documentation (the ‘Red Book’) has confirmed that the government […]


Contractor groups welcome Select Committee’s gig economy proposals

by Alan Little

21 November 2017, Comments 0

A new report from the Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and Work and Pensions Select Committees, addressing unscrupulous practices in the gig economy, has […]


Deliveroo riders ruled as self-employed

by Alan Little

16 November 2017, Comments 0

Following Uber’s failure last week at the London Employment Appeals Tribunal, gig economy giant Deliveroo has won a landmark legal victory: the Central Arbitration […]


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