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Even if the alerts ring true, high-end IT contractors look unlikely to be fazed.

Being less of an expert just to land the job is a requirement for one in three self-employed.

A ‘both good and bad’ immigration package is tabled for post-Brexit Britain.

Most smaller companies would both stay in the EU and like a vote on the final deal.

REC slams ‘lack of clarity’ for the likes of contractors (and end-users) from 2021.

Cordova expected to pass Rust on its way down from hirers’ websites.

Javid's plan will lead to more highly skilled workers from abroad in UK tech.

A ‘bird’s eye view’ of IT communities in niche sectors should let you swoop down on the gaps.

For the first time, Tier 2 is denying hundreds of firms the techies they say they want.

Health service’s IT hub operating with only a score of ‘deeply technically’ skilled security people.

Steria tops the table of big government contractors paying women less than men.

What hurt take-home pay is now uniting lobbyists, but they want reform, not repeal.

DPOs have never had it so good – or as competitive, due to the overhaul in May.

Even the iPhone creator was once unreachable -- at a time when he was job-hunting.

Three ‘sweet spots’ for freelance consultants may leave consultancy firms bitter.

Almost all the Taylor Review gets accepted, to the approval of contractors’ supporters.

Pubs and a fed up CTO unite to bring Iken into the digital (non-buffering) age.

Techie who tried to blame his dangerous driving on his victim’s mobile is behind bars.

Meltdown and Spectre may be 2018’s most ‘clear and present’ earnings opportunity.

Woman who stole over £40,000 from the taxman has her sentence suspended.

The unattractive are a shoo-in for uninteresting work, at the expense of the good-looking.

Taxpayer-funded employment probe paid one employer about £50,000.

But the significant albeit small dip doesn't apply to freelance opportunities.

Stage-by-stage: the litany of errors that are commonly made when end-users recruit.

Chancellor receives his first submission for the post-election Budget he threatened.

More non-EU staff than ever before are securing IT work in Britain.

Or £2.6bn in the 'best-case scenario' -- IT services continuing to flow unhindered.

'We’re not there yet,' says an IT advisory with an eye on robots displacing humans.

Court ruling lets work-seekers with misdemeanours in the past, stay in the past.

Staffing giant succumbs to HMRC, foregoing £300m and outlaying about half as much.

Red-faced chancellor shreds his plan to raid freelancers from 2019.

Bosses' Brexit concerns allayed, as more 'exceptional' techies are due in from overseas.

South Pacific’s 'tech and innovation capital' offers IT candidates a career trip of a life-time. 

Cops give wannabe techie a driving ban instead of IT support role.

'Best Client' of 2016 exports hundreds of tech roles overseas.

Technical personnel much sharper with tax returns than their info colleagues.

Business lobby accused of crying wolf, as figures show annual cap has never bitten.

Sir David Metcalf appointed to punish the rogues and protect the reputable.

A pledge to explore differing tax treatment where the work is the same is welcomed.

Routing agency temps through companies for VAT & NI EA doesn’t work, taxman insists.

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