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A welcome approach, or ‘particularly inappropriate?’ Or is it worse -- enough to ‘push PSCs over the edge?’

MPs with a track-record of holding HMRC to account get to quiz Rishi Sunak.

‘With leave to bring Judicial Review granted, we’re one step closer to contractors not being sacrificed on an altar of administrative convenience.’

An unapologetic Rishi Sunak fails to help contractor companies that indirectly lost his Treasury an ‘eye-watering’ sum of revenue.

Claiming to be ‘delivering on the priorities of the British people,’ Rishi Sunak says the economic emergency has only just begun.

Even if it’s difficult, or DISS isn’t ready, let PSCs know that income support from the pandemic is your aim, Burnham tells Sunak.

A plan to return to the tiered approach includes the strong suggestion that ‘WfH’ lost its novelty in November.

Ten parts of the population being overlooked surges the membership of a new parliamentary group fighting for ‘Ltd directors.'

New tools, new labels and new consultancies -- all should come with a health warning if you don’t wish to be an April 6th fool.

Watch fanatic becomes the face of BBL fraud, just as time runs out for a director and his secretary.

Even just half our normal fee will do, say ‘high and dry’ umbrellas, urging Rishi Sunak and Boris Johnson for urgent cover.

Taxman to publish names, values and numbers of CJRS claimants from December.

It’s right of the Revenue to tell contractors how to spot a MUC, says Professional Passport.

It comes from ‘that’ minister, but a statement confirming intermediaries aren’t brollies or agencies is welcomed as a ‘good start.’

Agents’ talk of 'rhythm,' 'prep' and 'adaptability' smacks of a bounce back for temporary techies.

Taxman asks for empathy amid the pandemic, despite missing the same goals last year too.

PSCs given a pass from the taxman, and some new resources -- indicating April’s reform isn’t moving anywhere.

PSC bosses in Manchester and Liverpool asked to speak up, in a ‘make or break’ situation.

A ‘lifeline’ for limited companies isn’t enough, say the millions now turning to Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham.

Hirers and candidates finding their covid feet helps end 13 months of stagnation.

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