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In recent Insights, we have discussed the stream of cases involving the gig economy where individuals have successfully challenged their status and argued they are workers with increased employment type protections. The cases have generally been motivated by the individuals’ desire to establish entitlement to basic employment rights such as the right to paid holiday and to receive National Minimum Wage (NMW) and typically have not focused on rights relating to equality and diversity.