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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IR35 consultation response April 2020

IPSE's response to the government's consultation on extending the changes to IR35 to the private sector.

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