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    nah, they were in black and had a reverse...

    nah, they were in black and had a reverse Babylonian good luck charm on their sleeves.:laugh
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    Sticky: I'm TT:laugh

    I'm TT:laugh
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    "and then they came for me"

    "and then they came for me"
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    it might have been for some, but clearly not now...

    it might have been for some, but clearly not now for some long term members who have decided not to renew their membership in recent times.
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    good point, but I guess history has a part to...

    good point, but I guess history has a part to play.
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    many would contend that this has achieved nothing...

    many would contend that this has achieved nothing with regards to IR35, which the PCG was originally founded to counter.
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    yours is only one counter opinion. There are many...

    yours is only one counter opinion. There are many whose opinion aligns with mine.
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    thanks for that at least.

    thanks for that at least.
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    what I was trying to say is that IPSE themselves...

    what I was trying to say is that IPSE themselves could decide to advise the claimant that their case couldn't be supported because it would be unlikely to succeed, thus not passing a claim to the...
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    I was a member for almost 20 years, but didn't...

    I was a member for almost 20 years, but didn't renew this year. I've bought IR35 investigation insurance directly. However, what I learnt and hadn't realised, is that the legal insurance policy...
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    I would tend to agree, based on a similar...

    I would tend to agree, based on a similar statement from my Labour MP on Labour party policy.
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    What's irksome about this is that anyone who had...

    What's irksome about this is that anyone who had IR35 tax investigation for a previous period and who did not have it now, then they couldn't claim. It almost means that you'd have to maintain such...
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    I only responded to inaccurate statements made by...

    I only responded to inaccurate statements made by others and everyone who engaged with me is just as guilty of dragging the posts off subject.
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    Clearly I meant using all legal means to oppose...

    Clearly I meant using all legal means to oppose IR35. However, many "representative" and involved organisations would naturally not want to rock the boat with officialdom as this might put them at a...
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    perhaps not those on PAYE, but certainly many who...

    perhaps not those on PAYE, but certainly many who are self employed or run their own businesses, or are required to complete the annual self assessment.
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    so, if HMRC is out of control and unaccountable,...

    so, if HMRC is out of control and unaccountable, and most would agree, then should the general public and their representatives not use every means at their disposal to counter their position? You...
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    this is no business of yours, it's about the...

    this is no business of yours, it's about the activities of the establishment and not the legalities of my case.
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    mail sent for your attention to...

    mail sent for your attention to info@wttconsulting.co.uk
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    they are neither sarcastic nor mocking. They are...

    they are neither sarcastic nor mocking. They are a true record of the activities of the events surrounding my case. I'll contact WTT Consulting then.
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    I wouldn't necessarily disagree with your...

    I wouldn't necessarily disagree with your analysis and observations, however I would contend that this



    might have encouraged many more to follow the same line, thus perhaps applying some sort...
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    If you'd care to provide your private Email...

    If you'd care to provide your private Email address by private notification, I'll provide you with evidence to counter your opinion. I can't publish openly here.

    I think you grossly underestimate...
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    a common Bristolian mistake I've observed, as...

    a common Bristolian mistake I've observed, as well as adding an L on the end of words ending in a vowel.

    and there's a propensity for some regions to write there when they mean their, because...
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    nah, just otherwise engaged for a short while....

    nah, just otherwise engaged for a short while. Rumours of my demise are greatly exaggerated.:laugh
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    agreed. and different parts of the country...

    agreed.

    and different parts of the country have different words for the same meaning, whilst having different meanings for the same words. And then there is Wenglish!
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    not sure about any time scales, but clearly it...

    not sure about any time scales, but clearly it would be prudent to maintain such insurance for some time after company closure.
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    which is effectively what I'm saying, because no...

    which is effectively what I'm saying, because no one has tested this scenario to date.

    and clearly Susan Winchester's claim was prevented from progressing this far so as not to establish any case...
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    several long term members, including myself, have...

    several long term members, including myself, have not renewed their membership this year for a variety of reasons, as far as I can see. But I would entirely agree with your opinion. What benefit...
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    surely he is challenging the FTT judgement that...

    surely he is challenging the FTT judgement that one contract was subject to IR35. This is quite different to taking his case to the ET to establish if he is entitled to employee benefits.
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    hopefully. However, the establishment have means...

    hopefully. However, the establishment have means to nobble cases. Given the total lack of any information, I would suggest that the case that IPSE were supporting and the Alcock case, where...
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    unfortunately so far, this hasn't been...

    unfortunately so far, this hasn't been established in case law.
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    . there is no case law to support that opinion.

    .

    there is no case law to support that opinion.
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    nah, an Independent Professional Self Employed...

    nah, an Independent Professional Self Employed person, it would be claimed and clearly not a BOS.:smile
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    well, as you mentioned the ET, the inspector was...

    well, as you mentioned the ET, the inspector was apprehensive because I indicated to them that if I won at the ET, then all the taxes that MyCo had paid would be claimed back and that they's have to...
  34. perhaps this may be because HMG has said that it...

    perhaps this may be because HMG has said that it will honour the referendum and (eventually) take us out of the EU. Nothing to protest about yet!
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    see my other post.There are ways and means of...

    see my other post.There are ways and means of legally combating HMRC's conduct.
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    actually, I was referring to making sure that...

    actually, I was referring to making sure that every communication from HMRC is in writing and if there is anything incorrect in those communications, then you challenge HMRC over the incorrect...
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    I've never claimed to be sitting comfortably. I...

    I've never claimed to be sitting comfortably. I believe I've done as much as I can, and more than most, to prepare myself for a challenge by HMRC.

    Another poster here has hit the nail on the...
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    at last someone has grasped what I've been...

    at last someone has grasped what I've been saying. If you cause enough trouble for an inspector and the system, HMRC are likely to back off. That's the approach I adopted.



    my estate won't be...
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    possibly, but then it is for me personally and as...

    possibly, but then it is for me personally and as I've said elsewhere, I've done as much as I can, and more than most, to protect myself from a successful challenge from HMRC. Remember, they backed...
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    Is it not the case that until now, it has always...

    Is it not the case that until now, it has always been the responsibility of the contractor's company to determine the contractor's employment status with reference to IR35. If this is the case, as I...
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    I was referring to a case where the client stated...

    I was referring to a case where the client stated that they would not accept a substitute, but because the contract included a right of substitution, the claim for employee benefits was dismissed and...
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    well, if NLUK kept quiet, I would also!:laugh

    well, if NLUK kept quiet, I would also!:laugh
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    whatever happened to systems analysts?

    whatever happened to systems analysts?
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    I work exclusively from home. I attended once on...

    I work exclusively from home. I attended once on site in 2017, not at all in 2018 and twice this year.



    I guess you've heard of Remedy? All failures are automatically identified and an incident...
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    [QUOTE=northernladuk;2687713]Using the...

    what you seem to be doing is homing in on weak parts of engagements, not only mine. However, what you seem to forget is that the overall picture is taken into account, and intention of the parties,...
  46. absolutely! a spell working directly for the...

    absolutely!

    a spell working directly for the Japanese might also prove to be a sobering lesson.
  47. really sums up how the World works. Are you a...

    really sums up how the World works.

    Are you a Patel? You must be rich - www.indianweekender.co.nz
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    you know full well that length of contract has...

    you know full well that length of contract has little or no bearing on employment status.



    It's one of the questions asked by the insurers who believe that having such insurance is a pointer to...
  49. given Boris's bullish position, I can't help...

    given Boris's bullish position, I can't help thinking he has something clever up his sleeve to achieve what he wants.
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    I had a 36mm Pentax SLR and if you read...

    I had a 36mm Pentax SLR and if you read carefully, I based my statement on my experience of being asked to prove it hadn't been bought in the EU when I returned from Switzerland in the late 90's. I...
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