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    Quote Originally Posted by KUWTC View Post
    According to HMRC, no contractors are leaving the public sector because of IR35 and it's having no detrimental impact on staffing levels.

    HMRC denies IR35 reforms to blame for public sector IT project delays and cancellations
    How odd - I refused to take those 2 HMRC contracts offered to me last year. One of which keeps being offered to me on a regular basis....
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    Quote Originally Posted by KUWTC View Post
    According to HMRC, no contractors are leaving the public sector because of IR35 and it's having no detrimental impact on staffing levels.

    HMRC denies IR35 reforms to blame for public sector IT project delays and cancellations
    Hello HMRC down in that there London - this is a (pick any) project manager in Longbenton calling... WTF are you talking about.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    How odd - I refused to take those 2 HMRC contracts offered to me last year. One of which keeps being offered to me on a regular basis....
    Well if nothing else the changes seemed to resulted in unprecedented levels of desperation from the clients
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    Well if nothing else the changes seemed to resulted in unprecedented levels of desperation from the clients
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    Hello

    I am a journalist for BBC Radio 4 looking into the impact of the public sector IR35 rule change.

    We are keen to hear from people personally affected, whether you have left a role or seen others leave.

    If you are interested, please reply to this post and I will send you a direct message.

    Many thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by lhgleicester View Post
    Hello

    I am a journalist for BBC Radio 4 looking into the impact of the public sector IR35 rule change.

    We are keen to hear from people personally affected, whether you have left a role or seen others leave.

    If you are interested, please reply to this post and I will send you a direct message.

    Many thanks
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    He better be quick cause he's heading for a ban spamming the forum with the same request.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lhgleicester View Post
    Hello

    I am a journalist for BBC Radio 4 looking into the impact of the public sector IR35 rule change.

    We are keen to hear from people personally affected, whether you have left a role or seen others leave.

    If you are interested, please reply to this post and I will send you a direct message.

    Many thanks
    See if you can track down any of these guys on LinkedIn. That would be fun. I'm thinking about 20 minutes through the programme:

    Despite HMRC's persistent denials that the public sector is being disrupted, File on Four has learnt that HMRC has itself seen a significant outflow of IT contractors, even threatening its ability to bring in the new off-payroll rules.
    IT contractors behind IR35 calculator to leave HMRC... because of IR35 • The Register
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    And the guy that put the fund up to challenge HMRC. That should be good for a giggle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    that 40% NHS figure doesn't provide a concrete figure. is that 40% leaving contracting and returning to full time employment within the NHS or 40% quitting working for the NHS.

    The former is of course what NHS Improvement are hoping for, the latter is what we suspect and NHS Improvement fear but those numbers don't answer the real question....

    I think it is that they are returning into full time employment or taking fixed term contracts at a higher rate. There are far fewer temporary positions and locums about (AHP's in particular) and all of the health agencies seem to be pushing permanent job placements a lot more.

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