CA daily briefing: Friday 26 February
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
Tax sanctions are aimed at improving compliance. Lapse of time may mean sanctions are inappropriate and get a business off the hook. Philip McNeill reports.
Today's top stories from around the web
- British Airways owner IAG calls for digital health passes (BBC News)
- Chancellor 'planning stealth tax rise' on wealthy pensioners in next week's Budget (City AM)
- Car sector seeks more UK government support as output tumbles (Reuters)
- Stocks extend drop as global bond selloff eases (Bloomberg)
- SUVs and extra traffic cancelling out electric car gains in Britain (The Guardian)
- Asda places 3,000 jobs at risk as part of online investment drive (Sky News)
- Airbnb predicts 'significant' travel rebound (BBC News)
- Others waiting for UK fintech’s “crown to slip” (City AM)
- Banks weigh up home working - the new normal or an aberration? (Retuers)
- Smart motorways face further scrutiny as MPs launch inquiry (The Guardian)
That's all for this week. Check back next week for your Monday briefing.