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Could a basic £21,000 salary be the future of work?

In a national referendum on Sunday, Swiss voters overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that would see every adult citizen paid more than £1,700 each month, regardless of whether they worked or not.

The plan was rejected by 77% to 23% of the popular vote, and none of the major political parties came out in support of it (the referendum was triggered when an online petition reached 100,000 signatures). Even so, the referendum has sparked lively debate and raised a number of important questions about the future of work. And senior politicians in the UK are interested in learning more details. 

marketing | 14 April 2015
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Labour have launched their election manifesto which highlights their proposed tax changes and spending plans should they gain power in the General Election.

A search of the document did not highlight any specific changes relating to umbrella companies, contractors or IR35 but there is a promise to support small businesses which could be of benefit to contractors and freelancers who operate though their own limited companies: