The government’s controversial IR35 legislation could face a legal challenge as lobbyists question its compatibility with European law. The Professional Contractors’ Group (PCG) is taking its case to the High Court in an attempt to overturn the proposals, which it claims discriminate against single-person services companies. ‘We are saying that IR35 is contrary to European law,’ said Susie Hughes, spokeswoman for the PCG.
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