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Self-employment and the gig economy inquiry

Inquiry

The Government must close the loopholes that are currently allowing "bogus" self-employment practices, which are potentially creating an extra burden on the welfare state while simultaneously reducing the tax contributions that sustain it.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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13th Report - Self-employment and the gig economy
Inquiry Self-employment and the gig economy inquiry
HC 847
Report
Response to this report
2nd Special Report - Self-employment and the gig economy: Government Response to the Committee’s Thirteenth Report of Session 2016–17
HC 644
Special Report
2nd Special Report - Self-employment and the gig economy: Government Response to the Committee’s Thirteenth Report of Session 2016–17
Inquiry Self-employment and the gig economy inquiry
HC 644
Special Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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29 March 2017
Inquiry Self-employment and the gig economy inquiry
Witnesses Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, The RSA; Damian Hinds MP, Minister for Employment, and Pauline Crellin, Deputy Director, Labour Market, Department for Work and Pensions (at 10.00am).
Oral Evidence
22 March 2017
Inquiry Self-employment and the gig economy inquiry
Witnesses Andy Chamberlain, Deputy Director of Policy and External Affairs, IPSE, Matt Dooley, Enterprise Director, Peopleplus, Sam Windett, Head of Policy and Communications, Employment Related Services AssociationStuart Adam, Senior Research Economist, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Benedict Dellot, Associate Director (Economy, Enterprise and Manufacturing), The RSA, Nigel Keohane, Research Director, Social Market Foundation, Victoria Todd, Senior Technical Manager, Low Incomes Tax Reform Group
Oral Evidence
22 February 2017
Inquiry Self-employment and the gig economy inquiry
Witnesses Andrew Byrne, Head of Public Policy, Uber UK, Lesley Smith, Director of Public Policy UK and Ireland, Amazon, Dan Warne, Managing Director UK and Ireland, Deliveroo, and Carole Woodhead, Chief Executive Officer, Hermes UK Ltd.
Oral Evidence
Anonymised (SGE0072)
Anonymised (SGE0073)
Anonymised (SGE0076)

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