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Disabled people choose self-employment despite being ‘let down’ by government

IPSE's new report on the many disabled people turning to self-employment... but being let down by government.

Self-employed sector surging, new stats show

Data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows the number of self-employed in the UK has risen by 175,000 compared to the same time last year.

IPSE strikes a better deal for members looking for a mortgage

IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) is partnering with John Charcol to provide members with a fantastic deal when looking for a mortgage.

Rising numbers of female self-employed show “freelancing is a feminist issue”

IPSE welcomes new ONS data showing more women are turning to self-employment than ever before.

No-deal vote welcome, but self-employed need real certainty on Brexit

IPSE has welcomed Parliament's opposition to a no-deal Brexit, but warned more certainty is needed for the self-employed and all businesses.

Spring Statement: Hammond bullish amid Brexit chaos

IPSE's Ryan Barnett on Philip Hammond's Spring Statement and what it could mean for the self-employed

John McDonnell: Economic crisis, vulnerable workers and… a Labour alternative?

IPSE's Ryan Barnett and Jonathan Lima-Matthews on John McDonnell's speech at Bloomberg and its implications for the self-employed.

IPSE: ‘Myopic’ IR35 extension will ‘hamstring’ UK businesses

IPSE responds to the government consultation on IR35 private sector reforms warning they will hamstring freelancers and businesses in already turbulent times.