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  1. Boris can't avoid the Benn Act. All he can do is...

    Boris can't avoid the Benn Act. All he can do is to create FUD (hence this thread), which means doing everything lawful to circumvent it, while implying that he might even do some unlawful things...
  2. You can't debate the substance because it will...

    You can't debate the substance because it will reveal you to be tremendously thick. You're all hot air, sas.

    What is your opinion about Padfield as it relates to the topic under discussion here?
  3. For self-declared "clever meanies", your level of...

    For self-declared "clever meanies", your level of ignorance about our constitution is astonishing. I doubt you have the foggiest clue about Padfield. :laugh

    There's no clever ruse in which we...
  4. That would be entirely consistent with your being...

    That would be entirely consistent with your being a cretinous snowflake. I don’t see you offering anything of value in the professional forums, ever. You just troll general. :D
  5. Constitutional law 101 for thickos like you and...

    Constitutional law 101 for thickos like you and sas: Padfield.
  6. Right, it is bizarre in its complexity, which is...

    Right, it is bizarre in its complexity, which is why this small company exemption won’t last, IMHO. They will want to end up with a single-tiered system.
  7. Sort of. The draft legislation is available....

    Sort of.

    The draft legislation is available. This technical legislation is unlikely to change in substantive ways as it proceeds through Parliament. Clearly, there is some uncertainty about the...
  8. "Poroguing" :laugh The idea that you could...

    "Poroguing" :laugh

    The idea that you could fathom an Order of Council.

    :D
  9. They're just trolling remainers now. :D ...

    They're just trolling remainers now. :D

    Remember, they want a VONC, despite what they say publicly. The whole strategy rests on a people vs. parliament election that they win, which in turn rests...
  10. Not exactly sparkling? Great comeback, darmie!

    Not exactly sparkling? Great comeback, darmie!
  11. I admit that it's fun to trigger you. :D Your...

    I admit that it's fun to trigger you. :D Your inferiority complex has made you terribly thin-skinned.

    Did those big meanie PhDs make you feel unaccomplished? Bad PhDs!
  12. The fact is, your cretinous anecdote about "a...

    The fact is, your cretinous anecdote about "a couple of PhDs I know" implies that: a) you're incredibly thick; and b) you feel inferior about that.
  13. Should I filter out the self-declared "clever...

    Should I filter out the self-declared "clever meanies"? It seems a little unfair to include those supermassive remoaner thickos as representative of remainers in general.
  14. What a coincidence! I had you down as exactly the...

    What a coincidence! I had you down as exactly the same. :D
  15. Above or below IT support monkey?

    Above or below IT support monkey?
  16. I sense an inferiority complex. :D To offer...

    I sense an inferiority complex. :D

    To offer another anecdote, I know some tremendous thickos without PhDs; some of them even moderate websites :D

    Evidence from various countries and samples is...
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    Absolutely, you want the written status from the...

    Absolutely, you want the written status from the client and they are obliged to provide it within a statutory period.
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    There is no scenario in which the liability can...

    There is no scenario in which the liability can be passed on to the supplier, as a matter of statute law, other than fraud. You should be aware of any contract clauses in your contract with the fee...
  19. Running a limited company: Signs, stationery and...

    Running a limited company: Signs, stationery and promotional material - GOV.UK
  20. I agree, but with the caveat that it's untested...

    I agree, but with the caveat that it's untested in this particular area of tax law, AFAIK. There is a high bar for transfer of debt, but that's another way of saying there is a bar. Certainly, if...
  21. I think we can say with a good degree of...

    I think we can say with a good degree of certainty, based on the evidence available, that HMRC don't do this - look at tribunal proceedings for evidence of disputes about quantum. This isn't really...
  22. Until scootie says he's coming back.

    Until scootie says he's coming back.
  23. Sticky: Think about it in reverse. If your IR35 status...

    Think about it in reverse. If your IR35 status changes from outside (self-declared) to inside (client-declared) and there is no change in working practices, does that increase the risk that you would...
  24. Sticky: Employer for tax deeming purposes :D

    Employer for tax deeming purposes :D
  25. Not necessarily, because there are different time...

    Not necessarily, because there are different time limits to correct mistakes related to different taxes, and that interacts with the period that has elapsed since the disputed period. So, strictly...
  26. Sticky: Cool. Thanks for creating this - will be great to...

    Cool. Thanks for creating this - will be great to have somewhere to point folks in the first instance. :D
  27. Sticky: Nice, thanks. Minor quibble :D I would...

    Nice, thanks.

    Minor quibble :D



    I would update that to client. The end client always determines status and issues the SDS, and the fee payer always deals with a fee payment based on status....
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    Contract reviews are just good practice although,...

    Contract reviews are just good practice although, for the OP, this would be for commercial terms; there wouldn't be a liability w/r to IR35 if the PS client has declared the contract outside (which...
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    The conflict in your head between The People's...

    The conflict in your head between The People's Front of Cretinism and the Cretin-People's Front has concluded and their unanimous decision is that you're a cretin?
  30. Give all your assets to scootie to invest in...

    Give all your assets to scootie to invest in smegcoin.
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    :banana:

    :banana:
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    Agree. She's using the avenues open to her, and...

    Agree. She's using the avenues open to her, and very well.
  33. Poll: Presumably Boris will go for the shorter...

    Presumably Boris will go for the shorter prorogation now for a QS. SC suggested 4-6 days.

    How far will he push it?

    7 days?

    :laugh
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    85% wfh :D

    85%

    wfh

    :D
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    Could go ahead, presumably with Gove (possibly...

    Could go ahead, presumably with Gove (possibly vs. Corbyn, although it's his speech tomorrow). Depends what Labour wants. Bercow will consult and may decide to recall on Thursday instead. Tory...
  36. Poll: Once ruled justiciable, it was all over w/r to...

    Once ruled justiciable, it was all over w/r to propriety. There's no way the evidence pointed to a proper purpose.
  37. Poll: Let the fun begin :D The only way that...

    Let the fun begin :D

    The only way that decision could've been worse for Boris is if they'd ruled on motive.

    I expect this will have profound consequences in the long run and push us more...
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    What first attracted you to Labour, Old...

    What first attracted you to Labour, Old Gammonflake? :D

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EFKmBa8XYAA0nb-.jpg
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    :rollin: Absolute scenes at Labour conference...

    :rollin:

    Absolute scenes at Labour conference - they just voted to have no clear position on brexit until after the next election, in line with Korbyn. Hilarious. Tractor production accelerates to...
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    That’s the spirit!

    That’s the spirit!
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    Oops, triggered. :D (You, for example.)

    Oops, triggered. :D

    (You, for example.)
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    The average remainer is quite thick and easily...

    The average remainer is quite thick and easily triggered, so this probably has legs.

    Harry Cole on Twitter: "Jo, this is absolute hogwash. The Mail on Sunday has never said it plans to publish...
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    Labour to the Tories: hold my beer...

    Labour to the Tories: hold my beer...
  44. OK. JtB is currently busy at an ET, but I'll send...

    OK. JtB is currently busy at an ET, but I'll send him over when he returns... :D
  45. How about this for a new rule? If JtB and ET...

    How about this for a new rule? If JtB and ET appear within one A4 page of each other, then JtB is locked in his own forum until every member of CUK signs an affidavit agreeing to his release.
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    I don't think the artist formerly known as...

    I don't think the artist formerly known as AbbeyTax does tax loss insurance that is written on a "claims made" basis(?) I think it's for a specific contract/period. So you shouldn't need to maintain...
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    Why would the client want to give you a false...

    Why would the client want to give you a false inside assessment? Surely the client would be better to mandate that you used an umbrella? What reasons are they going to give? "Dear jtb, here is your...
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    If there's a change in WP, there's no reason it...

    If there's a change in WP, there's no reason it would cause problems. Indeed, it might even help. If there isn't a change in WP, then I doubt you interpreted their advice correctly. Think about it....
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    The risk isn't zero or high, but greyscale. For...

    The risk isn't zero or high, but greyscale. For example, what is the risk when you leave before an SDS but you have the same contract and WP of those who remained and received a negative SDS? Is it...
  50. Thread: Ir35 2020

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    It is clearly a labour supply. A software...

    It is clearly a labour supply. A software engineer is labour. If a person is supplied, it is labour. Software is not labour. The grey area is when a contract includes both, such as a software supply...
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