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Don’t get caught out. Stay updated with the most important freelance news of the week, all in a quick and easy five minute read with links to more information if you want the details.

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21st August 2019

Protect your Instagram! And other freelance news

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14th August 2019

Freelance organisations challenge the government and nearly 1 million workers are now on zero-hour contracts

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7th August 2019

Half of the UK’s freelancers have not been paid for work & gig workers receive holiday pay

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31st July 2019

HMRC glitch, afraid of getting ill, and other stories

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24th July 2019

Uber and Lyft drivers continue the search for a better life

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17th July 2019

Statutory sick pay for freelancers, sole trader tax rise and the gig economy helping UK wage growth

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10th July 2019

New diversity standards in Creative Industries, help for disabled self-employed workers & a rise in popularity of “platform work”

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3rd July 2019

The gig economy doubles again, the problem with freelance pensions, and the government’s apprenticeship scheme

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26th June 2019

Movie Dramas, Minumum Pay Rises & Fake Families

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19th June 2019

Fiverr has a successful IPO, new measures are taken to battle late payment, and the collapse of UK productivity

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12th June 2019

EU Clients Shun UK Freelance Creatives Ahead of Brexit Red Tape

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5th June 2019

Admin tasks cost UK freelancers more than £28bn a year

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29th May 2019

Tax Time Bombs & Burnout For Gig Economy Workers

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22nd May 2019

The Tory government ‘is not on the side of small businesses’ and other stories

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15th May 2019

Freelance surge and women are leading the way

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8th May 2019

Crackdown On Contractors And Uber’s At It Again

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1st May 2019

Why Aren’t Freelancers On A Retirement Scheme? And Other News

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24th April 2019

Enough is Enough for Self-Employed Parents

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17th April 2019

Late payments killed an estimated 50,000 businesses last year

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10th April 2019

Payslips, wage stagnation and trouble in Europe: it’s the 1800’s all over again