• Budget 2017: The self-employed dodged a bullet this time - but they should have been given some help

    Budget 2017: The self-employed dodged a bullet this time - but they should have been given some help

    A crackdown on freelancing gigs. A slashed VAT threshold. Another assault on their national insurance contributions. A one off levy on home offices, and a...

  • Women in the gig economy - is the UK taking a backwards step?

    Women in the gig economy - is the UK taking a backwards step?

    Being in the 21st century, you’d think the age-old debate about women in the workplace would be something well and truly of the past. But...

  • Justice reigns supreme thanks to employment verdict

    Justice reigns supreme thanks to employment verdict

    In a landmark legal victory, the Supreme Court has ruled that employment tribunal fees are “unlawful”, and in doing so reinstated a centuries-old right to...

  • A work in progress

    A work in progress

    Being asked to head the review into modern employment was the “equivalent in public policy terms to being asked to play for England,” says Matthew...

  • Back to the day job: SNP conference 2017

    Back to the day job: SNP conference 2017

    The SNP approaches conference season with a renewed focus on the "day job" in the Scottish Parliament. 

    Nick Eardley
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  • Come what May: Conservative Party conference 2017

    Come what May: Conservative Party conference 2017

    Asa Bennett
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