Antal’s Goodwin says IR35 ‘bigger issue than Brexit’

Group chairman and CEO at Antal International Tony Goodwin has told Recruiter that although the certainty of the election result will boost the recruitment industry, IR35 is now a bigger issue.

Goodwin, who had been standing for the Brexit Party in the Sevenoaks constituency before he was pulled out of last week’s General Election following a pre-election pact between Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson, told Recruiter that such a clear cut result meant that the country could breathe a collective “sigh of relief that we don’t have to talk about Brexit”. And...

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