Short-changed

17 February 2017 By Carol Ryan

Work created by the likes of Uber flatters Britain’s unemployment rate. That was convenient to politicians after the financial crisis. The less palatable implications of a surging gig economy are now dawning on Westminster – a potential 3.5 billion pound gap in tax receipts.

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