Policy Conference 2016

Unleashing the self-employed in the new economy

April 26th 2016 | London

Latest Blog Posts

The Budget 2016

Budget 2016: What does it mean for the self-employed?

Written by: Andy Chamberlain, IPSE Deputy Director of Policy
Posted on: 22 March 2016

Last week’s Budget was a rather mixed bag for the UK’s 4.6 million self-employed workers.

EU Referendum

EU Referendum: What might UK trade look like after a “Brexit”?

Written by: Jordan Marshall, IPSE Policy Advisor
Posted on: 11 March 2016

Whether we vote to remain or to leave, the result of the EU referendum will have serious implications for many of the UK’s 4.6 million self-employed.


Pre Budget Press Release

Written by: IPSE
Posted on: 11 March 2016

Chancellor urged to back smallest businesses in Budget

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

The Self-Employment Review: a chance for a better deal

Written by: Jordan Marshall, IPSE Policy Adviser
Posted on: 1 February 2016

It’s now six months since the Government launched its Self-Employment Review, led by Julie Deane OBE. 

IPSE Policy Conference

Unleashing the Self-Employed

Written by: IPSE
Posted on: 20 January 2016

More people are taking on freelance work than ever before. As a record 4.6 million plus people make the choice to work for themselves, policymakers and heads of industry are taking notice.


Saving and Self-Employment: time for a change

Written by: IPSE
Posted on: 14 January 2016

IPSE is calling for government to create a flexible pension scheme for the self-employed, and for improving the advice financial advisers’ can offer to the self-employed on their future.