The latest round-up from IPSE's economics expert Ryan Barnett explores how the parties' manifestos stack up economically.
- 29 Nov 2019
For freelancers and contractors, this has been one of the most interesting elections in years. In this blog post, Simon McVicker outlines what each of the parties are saying on self-employment at this election. Plus, we've created an IPSE policy manifesto tracker to show how each party stacks up against our manifesto, #5millionvotes.
Alasdair Hutchison runs through the ups and downs of IPSE's Freelance and Small Business Debate
IPSE's Jonathan Lima-Matthews explains IPSE's election position on pensions.
Alasdair Hutchison gives the latest from the campaign trail and a round-up of what's to come in the week ahead.
Winning work is about marketing rather than just using recruitment agencies says Matt Craven of The CV & Interview Advisors. This article takes an interesting view of how contractors can grow their business and stay off the bench.
In IPSE’s weekly round-up of the 2019 general election, we will be looking back at the previous week’s campaign highlights affecting the self-employed and what’s coming up next week.