David Morris MP appointed Ambassador for the Self-Employed.
The Government chose The National Freelancers Day to announce the appointment of David Morris MP as their Self-Employed Ambassador.
David Morris MP, a self-employed businessman himself, is quoted as saying:
‘It was an honour to be appointed as the Governments self-employed ambassador by the Prime Minister. As a self-employed businessman myself, for nearly 30 years before I came into Parliament I know only too well how Government’s policy effects those who are self-employed.
I believe our self-employed and small businessmen are the lifeblood for the economic recovery and believe that stripping back the burden of red tape and taxation will allow freelancers to flourish”.
For more information please visit: http://www.davidmorris.org.uk/news/david-morris-mp-appointed-government%E2%80%99s-new-self-employed-ambassador
IPSE described Mr Morris as becoming the “Freelancers Tsar”.
This move can only be a good sign that the Government are keen to look after freelancers who are a key element to the success and growth of business and the economy. They are also expected to announce further protection for the growing number of Female freelancers by reviewing maternity pay provisions.
Umbrella employ freelancers through their in-house Umbrella Company.