Government is alienating the self-employed


In the Media

Annabel Denham writes for The Spectator

In the Media

Matthew Lesh writes for City AM

Annabel Denham writes for The Telegraph

Annabel Denham, IEA Director of Communications, has written for The Telegraph on the derisory attitude that government has taken towards the self-employed in recent years. Annabel argues that this has alienated the self-employed, and threatens “the freelancing revolution”.

“So the pincer movement of higher taxes and greater regulation on the self-employed seems inevitable – and the trend that was triggered by an unprecedented health crisis will be carried forward by ill-conceived, one-size-fits-all policymaking. Regulation often has significant and perverse downsides, no more so than when it is introduced with little consideration of whom it is designed to help and why.”

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