Quarter of million contractors could walk off projects

The government is running the risk of around 250,000 contractors downing tools and leaving their clients in disarray.

This is due to controversial off-payroll rules set to be rolled out into the private sector from April, according to Dave Chaplin, CEO of contracting authority ContractorCalculator and director of Stop the Off-Payroll Tax.

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