EAT rules in favour of stripper in Stringfellows dispute

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  • don't you just hate it when your defence goes t1ts up?

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  • Thanks Anonymous That's gotta be my nomination for the beat comment of the week!

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  • Pro Bono work I assume

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  • IMVHO, the issue cannot be whether there was , or was not a Contract in place. I used to employ entertainers and they always had a contract FOR SERVICES, This stipulated the days of performances, the agreed fees and contained "Time and Distance" bars precluding them from other appearan ces in the Town at the same time. I determined when they would "go on" but they determined the nature and content of their Act. They were self Employed.
    This case surely turns on the degree of control, rendering it arguably a Contract of Service" rather than a Contract for Services.

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  • Interesting to see if she now decides to pay the taxman the tax she would have had to have paid had she not claimed to be self employed or were her earnings taxed at source (not!).

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  • You'd think they would have put up a pic of the stripper!

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