TaxCorporate TaxMinisters’ group to represent freelancers

Ministers' group to represent freelancers

All-Party group set up to represent the interests of the freelance community

A GROUP of ministers representing the freelance profession has been introduced.

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Freelance Sector has been established and will be chaired by Brian Binley, MP for Northampton South. Administrative assistance will be provided by PCG.

The group intends to act as a bridge between the freelance community and parliament.

Binley said: “Freelancers play a vital role within our economy and often their efforts go largely unnoticed. I am hopeful that this group can bring together freelancers across all different industries with the common aim of improving the conditions they are faced with.”

 

Related Articles

Markets expected to respond positively to US policy changes

Corporate Tax Markets expected to respond positively to US policy changes

7m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
UK has ‘vital role to play’ in beating tax evasion, declares Panama Papers whistleblower

Corporate Tax UK has ‘vital role to play’ in beating tax evasion, declares Panama Papers whistleblower

2y Fraser Simpson, Reporter
An 'incomprehensible and contradictory' Budget

Accounting Firms An 'incomprehensible and contradictory' Budget

2y Richard Crump, Writer
MPs launch inquiry into UK corporate tax system

Corporate Tax MPs launch inquiry into UK corporate tax system

2y Fraser Simpson, Reporter
Treasury Select Committee to lead review of UK tax system

Corporate Tax Treasury Select Committee to lead review of UK tax system

2y Calum Fuller, Reporter
Parliament to debate digital tax accounts this month

Administration Parliament to debate digital tax accounts this month

2y Calum Fuller, Reporter
Knight's suitability as OTS chief questioned by MPs

Corporate Tax Knight's suitability as OTS chief questioned by MPs

2y Fraser Simpson, Reporter
Macpherson to leave Treasury after 10 years in Permanent Secretary role

Corporate Tax Macpherson to leave Treasury after 10 years in Permanent Secretary role

2y Chris Warmoll, Writer