CA daily briefing: Monday 1 March
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
Disability seldom gets the attention other areas of ED&I do. But in the UK, more accessibility would open up a talent pool of 2.8 million. Two advocates with first-hand experience, Liz Jessop CA, KPMG’s WorkAbility Chair, and Valuable 500 founder Caroline Casey, explain how progress is being made.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Budget 2021: 'Now is not the time for tax rises', say MPs (BBC News)
- Wagamama owner The Restaurant Group burns through £5.5m a month during lockdown (City AM)
- Recovery bets lift British stocks as miners, oil stocks jumps (Reuters)
- COVID-19: Halfords to pay back furlough cash as cycling sales surge (Sky News)
- A third of top UK firms emit enough CO2 to push up global warming by 2.7C (The Guardian)
- COVID-19: Shop owners desperate for post-pandemic help in the budget (Sky News)
- Apprenticeships levy 'has failed on every measure', says HR body (BBC News)
- FTSE jumps at the open in bid to bounce back from Friday's tumble” (City AM)
- As online grocery booms in Britain, will new habits die hard? (Retuers)
- FRC calls for more transparency when reporting against Corporate Governance Code (Accountancy Daily)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Tuesday briefing.