IPSE has welcomed Parliament's opposition to a no-deal Brexit, but warned more certainty is needed for the self-employed and all businesses.
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IPSE's guide to how a no-deal exit from the European Union would be likely to affect the UK's freelancers and self-employed.
IPSE says the drop in inflation will be welcome to most self-employed people, but warn continuing Brexit uncertainty could still cause serious problems for them.
Twenty-seven per cent of IPSE members took up contracts in EU countries last year. Brexit risks creating a system that makes it extremely difficult for UK-based independent professionals to move and work freely once we leave the European Union.