Policy Publications

IPSE’s key role is lobbying and advocation on behalf of the self-employed. Here you can find our policies and publications for freelancing and self-employment.

 

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Eight ways to upskill the self-employed

'Eight ways to upskill the self-employed’ makes wide-ranging recommendations to equip the self-employed with the tools to adapt and thrive in an evolving economy.

How to Solve the Self-Employed Pensions Crisis

Automatic Enrolment will not diffuse the ‘ticking timebomb’ that is the self-employed pensions crisis, a new landmark report by IPSE has found.

Free Radicals

‘Free Radicals: Britain’s self-employed millions urgently need a new deal’, an IPSE-commissioned report by leading think tank Demos, confirming the extraordinary rise of self-employment since 2001 and arguing for a new deal to accommodate it.

A Brexit deal for the self-employed

IPSE's report on how Brexit is affecting the self-employed, and how the UK's exit from the European Union can be made to work for freelancers and the self-employed.

Budget Analysis Report 2017

IPSE’s post-Budget report provides a comprehensive review of the implications of the Autumn Budget for the self-employed.

Fighting IR35: List of 90 MPs

Our research has identified ninety Conservative MPs whose majorities are smaller than the number of self-employed people they represent.

Letter to the Chancellor

IPSE's letter to Philip Hammond warning him off 'punishing' changes to IR35 in the public sector

IPSE's budget submission

IPSE's Budget submission Autumn 2017