CA daily briefing: Friday 16 April
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
Susan Cattell outlines the ICAS response to the Office of Tax Simplification call for evidence on the potential for more third-party data about individuals’ income and gains to be supplied to HMRC.
Today's top stories from around the web
- TUI says summer holiday season can be saved (BBC News)
- Banks flee the City post-Brexit taking more than £900bn in assets with them (City AM)
- FTSE 100 breaks above 7,000 level for first time since pandemic-led crash (Reuters)
- Second Cabinet Office adviser hired by Greensill while in civil service (The Guardian)
- Matt Hancock accused of 'cronyism' after it emerges he has shares in family firm used by the NHS (Sky News)
- Sanjeev Gupta's firm says it did nothing wrong over Covid loans (BBC News)
- China records best ever GDP growth in post-Covid bounce-back (City AM)
- Investor Einhorn says Palihapitiya, Musk poured 'jet fuel' on GameStop (Reuters)
- Workers in insecure jobs twice as likely to die of Covid, TUC research finds (The Guardian)
- Amazon boss Bezos: 'We need to do a better job for our employees' (Sky News)
That's all for today. Check back next week for your Monday briefing.