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    Recruiters push for IR35 reform delay to avoid ‘damaging’ growth - Personnel Today

    “We are already seeing examples of projects being binned and work taken offshore, damaging growth here – and ultimately, the tax take.
    At least the government can't say they weren't warned.

    The letter has been signed by the chair of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation and 14 bosses from major recruitment organisations including Reed, Adecco, ManpowerGroup and Hays.
    Or in other words their profits have slumped and their 2020 projections show huge layoffs.

    Lobby all you want, they have an 80 seat majority and aren't afraid to use it. With no credible opposition, its unlikely to make a jot of difference.

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    Is anyone giving up a day's invoicing to go on the Anti IR35 protest om February 12?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Bank Holiday View Post
    Is anyone giving up a day's invoicing to go on the Anti IR35 protest om February 12?
    You don't need to take a day off if you're in London. Just take an early lunch break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Bank Holiday View Post
    Is anyone giving up a day's invoicing to go on the Anti IR35 protest om February 12?
    I'm benched. I shall take my own sandwiches. And a brolly. A canopy on a stick I mean. I am so messed up. Gurgle.

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    Firstly I am now able to save a fortune on heating bills by simple heating the house on my smug satisfaction at this callous a*se getting the heave ho.

    Secondly, make no bones about it, this was all about Ir35. Boris does not want his government tarnished by the failed election pledge to review IR35 and the lipservice paid ever since. The Lords enquiry, while extremely welcome, and with the clear ulterior motive of asserting their relevance, was the final nail in his coffin.

    Pride comes before a fall. It did, and then he fell.

    Hope this now means cool heads will prevail.
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    dream on

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    "Secondly, make no bones about it, this was all about Ir35."

    Ha ha ha It really wasn't. It was about D Cummings running everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peoplesoft bloke View Post
    "Secondly, make no bones about it, this was all about Ir35."

    Ha ha ha It really wasn't. It was about D Cummings running everything.
    This.

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