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A close ally of Len McCluskey has landed a place on Labour's ruling body, PoliticsHome can reveal.
Boris Johnson's plans for an Australian-style points-based immigration system will cut economic growth, according to experts.
There is “no doubt” that opponents of Jeremy Corbyn used the anti-semitism row to undermine him, Len McCluskey has declared.
The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed and Bangor University have agreed a new partnership.
Parents who suffer the loss of a child will be entitled to paid leave for two weeks under new changes to employment law unveiled by ministers.
Lisa Nandy has received a massive boost in her campaign for the Labour leadership after winning the endorsement of the powerful GMB union.
IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) has welcomed the news that self-employment has passed the 5 million mark for the first time ever today, attributing this to the rise in the number of female self-employed.
New research from IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) has been published ahead of Blue Monday.
Rebecca Long-Bailey is ahead of Sir Keir Starmer in the race to become the next Labour leader, a new poll has shown.
As the Equality Act enters its second decade, employers are being given support in protecting their workforces in the shape of new guidance published by the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
Staffing levels in health and social care settings should be mandated to ensure we have the right number of professionals, with the right skills, to provide safe and effective care, writes Baroness Watkins.
IPSE says the Government’s review into the new off-payroll is "disappointingly hasty and inadequate".
Sajid Javid will deliver the Spring Budget to MPs on 11 March with a promise to kickstart a “decade of renewal” for Britain.
Britain’s job boom is set to slow in early 2020, despite inflation-adjusted wages passing 2008 levels for the first time.
Boris Johnson has expanded the government’s team of taxpayer-funded special advisers, with some being paid more than £100,000 a year.
IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) has welcomed the review into the Loan Charge by Sir Amyas Morse. Although IPSE would have liked to see Sir Amyas move to scrap the Loan Charge, it is good news that he has accepted most of its recommendations. These, in turn, have also been accepted by the government.
Ministers will overhaul a controversial tax policy after an independent report found it caused “serious distress”.
IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) has welcomed measures announced in the Queen’s Speech to clamp down on late payment and promote saving for later life.
A promise by Boris Johnson not to water down workers' rights after the UK leaves the EU is to be enshrined in a new law, it has emerged.
Real term wages are still lower than they were before the financial crisis despite record high employment, new figures show.
Now Boris Johnson has the largest Conservative majority since 1987 he must not forget the self-employed vote was a significant part of the Conservative Party’s remarkable victory, writes the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed.
IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) has welcomed the new Conservative government and pledged to work with it to ensure it keeps its promise to review IR35 and support the self-employed.
Ahead of the General Election, the Chartered Management Institute is calling on the next government to drive forward three key policy priorities: Embed employability at every stage of UK education, drive-up management and leadership skills and make the UK No.1 for Inclusive Workplaces.
The Liberal Democrats’ Ed Davey won a clear victory among freelancers at IPSE's 2019 General Election Hustings, where the panel included Trade Secretary Liz Truss, and Labour’s Bill Esterson.