IPSE responds to Labour's proposal to replace existing employment status definitions with a single "worker" status for all but the genuinely self-employed.
IPSE warns that the Government's "narrow" self-isolation exemption list leaves freelancers "in the lurch" and that for many self-employed people, being told to isolate can be a "financial catastrophe".
IPSE urges government not to reintroduce the Universal Credit Minimum Income Floor next month, which bars hundreds of thousands of self-employed from the benefit.
IPSE says expected re-opening of the economy is a "huge relief" for many self-employed people, but government involvement "must not end here".
IPSE has responded to the latest gig economy judgement, urging the government to step in with a statutory definition of self-employment.
On National Freelancers Day 2021, IPSE warns the freelance sector is "financially scarred" and is calling for a stimulus package to get it back on its feet.
IPSE welcomes data showing a second consecutive month of growth in self-employed numbers.
IPSE warns freelancer-dominated sectors affected by the delay need a support and stimulus package for the coming months.