Richard Murphy says:
October 29 2016 at 9:25 pm
You are totally confused
I wrote a piece celebrating a win and suggesting where this could lead – all of which I contend could be correct. I am happy to accept the conditionality in ‘could’: we do not know as yet
But rather than take the points I raised in the piece – which was about why HMRC had not taken this case – or take the point that this is of major economic and social significance – you play the pedant
Now if you are saying that everyone who has celebrated this case because they think it says Uber drivers are employees are wrong and in fact they are just self employed workers (but frankly given what I have read I do not see how you could think so, but maybe you do) then you have a point.
If not, frankly you’re proving yourself to be the vey worst type of lawyer
And I have never had the time of day for them
So very politely, go and play on Tim Worstall’s web site where I am sure you will be welcomed with open arms. This site is for people who have a deeper understanding of life than you clearly possess, and maybe that’s why you’re confused
Apparently he’s not pleased with people pointing out the worker/employee distinction.