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Fall in UK inflation will benefit self-employed, but government policy on IR35 still a major concern

IPSE welcomes fall in UK inflation rate, but warns self-employed are still threatened by Brexit uncertainty and government IR35 policy.

‘YOLO’ workers: self-employed happy in present but not prepared for the future, report finds

A new report by IPSE and Sherpa shows that while the self-employed are financially secure and happy in the present, they are concerned about the future.

Self-employed sector wavers in face of Brexit fears and hostile regulations, IPSE warns

IPSE warns government and industry in the wake of ONS statistics showing a drop in the number of self-employed in the UK.

Big trouble in TV tax land

IPSE's Tristan Grove on the ongoing scandal about TV stars using personal services companies for their pay.

Party of business? Chancellor ‘loading the gun’ for the self-employed

IPSE responds to media reports Chancellor Philip Hammond is planning to extend IR35 changes to the private sector in the Autumn

Quiet crisis: mental health and how to improve it

IPSE's Jyoti Rambhai on the mental health crisis and how self-employed people can improve theirs.

Knowing May knowing you: the Prime Minister’s speech

IPSE Director of Policy Simon McVicker's take on Prime Minister Theresa May's leader's speech at the Conservative Party Conference.