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    Quote Originally Posted by richard-af View Post
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    1 in 14 would be a turnout of about 7%. If we're using 14ths, I would guess at somewhere around 8 in 14 voted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeitghost View Post
    Oh how these "The Tories wil abolish IR35" threads amuse me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeitghost View Post
    Oh how these "The Tories wil abolish IR35" threads amuse me.

    Tory bastards are more efficient at stealing other people's money that the NewLie were.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeitghost View Post
    But looking on the bright side, as ever, at least we had the delight of seeing hamface the pig's head botherer and his mate in number 11 given the big heave ho.
    Yes, but at what cost? Not much of a bright side IMO.

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    Pondy et al,

    ffs IR35 get over it

    it ain't going away, you'vr had it for how long, 15 years, stop dreaming and get over it and get on with it

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    you did read the thread, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    Pondy et al,

    ffs IR35 get over it

    it ain't going away, you'vr had it for how long, 15 years, stop dreaming and get over it and get on with it

    Milan.
    This thread started 10 years ago, when the Tories talked about scrapping IR35.
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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    Pondy et al,

    ffs IR35 get over it ...
    Milan, you great chump, it isn't about IR35 per se. We all know that is old news.

    The new development, in case you were unaware, is that from April most UK public sector contracts will in practice be caught by IR35.

    Well technically what has changed is that from then the client will decide their contractors' IR35 status, and doubtless most will err on the side of caution (especially with directions from above, filtering down from ministerial level, to do so).
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    aha, OwlHoot,

    thank you for the Management Summary 1 Pager

    muchos appreciatedos.

    I've never contracted in blighty and never really understood IR35 anyway.

    Milan in "blissfully unaware" mode.

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