Supreme Court decision announced in Pimlico Plumbers case

Pimlico Plumbers Ltd and another (Appellants) v Smith (Respondent)
https://www.supremecourt.uk/cases/uksc-2017-0053.html

UK Supreme Court rejects appeal from Pimlico Plumbers in landmark gig economy case
“Worker status means entitlement to national minimum wage, holiday pay and protection from discrimination”
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/pimlico-plumbers-uk-supreme-court-gig-economy-employees-gary-smith-a8396471.html

Supreme Court decision announced in Pimlico Plumbers case
https://www.employmentlawwatch.com/2018/06/articles/employment-uk/supreme-court-decision-announced-in-pimlico-plumbers-case/

The Pimlico Plumbers case was a win for workers – but there’s a long way left to go
“Limb (b)” workers are the core of the so-called gig economy. The ruling in their favour by the Supreme Court is good news, but the battle will continue to rage.
https://www.newstatesman.com/politics/economy/2018/06/pimlico-plumbers-case-was-win-workers-there-s-long-way-left-go

The Pimlico Plumbers Case Matters for Workers’ Rights: Here’s Why
“In a landmark decision this week, the UK’s Supreme Court held that a plumber was entitled to employment rights during his time working for Pimlico Plumbers – despite the company saying he was only a freelance contractor. RightsInfo takes a look at what impact this ruling might have on others working in the so-called ‘gig-economy’?”
https://rightsinfo.org/why-pimlico-case-matters-uk-workers/