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rob s
2nd February 2017, 12:07
Hearing a lot of this around the building and even on the tube this morning.

Possible or nonsense?

Semtex
2nd February 2017, 12:13
Hearing a lot of this around the building and even on the tube this morning.

Possible or nonsense?

What do you mean intermediaries?

rob s
2nd February 2017, 12:37
Is this not called the intermediaries legislation?

Semtex
2nd February 2017, 12:57
Is this not called the intermediaries legislation?

Right, so you heard that Brexit may delay the actual implementation (april 6th?)

if so can you elaborate?

rob s
2nd February 2017, 13:04
Does it really need spelling out?

The thesis being that Brexit will trigger so much turmoil in so many government departments that they will not want to risk losing so many contractors with experience of their particular systems and existing relationships with their stakeholders and thus push to delay the implementation of the intermediaries legislation.

northernladuk
2nd February 2017, 13:05
Does it really need spelling out?

The thesis being that Brexit will trigger so much turmoil in so many government departments that they will not want to risk losing so many contractors with experience of their particular systems and existing relationships with their stakeholders and thus push to delay the implementation of the intermediaries legislation.

Sounds like rubbish to me that.

TestMangler
2nd February 2017, 13:12
Sounds like rubbish to me that.

If you rearrange the words in a different order it might be better

teapot418
2nd February 2017, 13:15
I'm sure this was raised in at least some of the responses to the consultation that I read.

Edit: Top point in IPSE's

https://www.ipse.co.uk/sites/default/files/documents/policy/Off-payroll_working_in_the_public_sector-IPSE_response_FINAL.pdf


Edit: Also here

https://www.mpi.ltd.uk/assets/tpearson%20response%20to%20hmrc%20off-payroll%20working%20consultation%20doc.pdf

northernladuk
2nd February 2017, 13:15
If you rearrange the words in a different order it might be better

Looks like a good Yorkshire sentence to me that.

How about

****ing Rubbish you ****ing ****?

Better?

MrMarkyMark
2nd February 2017, 13:21
Does it really need spelling out?

The thesis being that Brexit will trigger so much turmoil in so many government departments that they will not want to risk losing so many contractors with experience of their particular systems and existing relationships with their stakeholders and thus push to delay the implementation of the intermediaries legislation.

Sounds like it have it well and truly nailed rob.

Ignore the haters :laugh

rob s
2nd February 2017, 13:31
Sounds like it have it well and truly nailed rob.

Ignore the haters :laugh

I just assumed they were bored...

MPwannadecentincome
2nd February 2017, 23:36
Sounds like rubbish to me that.

could be that Brexit takes up so much parliamentary time that there is less time for the Finance bill so deferring the new public sector intermediaries legislation.... but I doubt that they will run out of time unless Trump does something like starting a war.

cojak
5th February 2017, 09:08
Sounds like wishful thinking to me.

eek
5th February 2017, 11:03
Sounds like wishful thinking to me.

+1. I would expect the exact opposite, this will be implemented in April as cancelling / delaying it is a distraction...

SussexSeagull
5th February 2017, 14:38
Sounds like a really sensible thing to do, hence it won't happen.