CA daily briefing: Monday 13 January 2020
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Andrew Harbison here getting your week off to a great start with your Monday briefing.
Latest from ICAS
Your Institute needs your help. At the start of this new decade, Donald Drysdale recaps on the tax policy positions set out by ICAS, and reminds readers of opportunities to become more closely involved with the ICAS tax team.
The Charities SORP-making body has published SORP Information Sheet 4: Amendments to FRS 102 – Multi-employer defined benefit (DB) plans (November 2019). Keith Purnell and Christine Scott outline the key information in the guide.
Today's top stories from around the web
- UK business optimism flatlines following general election (City AM)
- Bank of England policymaker hints at possible rate cut (BBC News)
- UK job vacancies drop most in a decade, BDO says (Bloomberg)
- Gambling watchdog plans to ban online credit card bets (The Guardian)
- Regional airline Flybe in frantic bid to stave off collapse (Sky News)
- Parents 'under greater pressure to work at night' (BBC News)
- Avoid UK recession by kickstarting green economy, says thinktank (The Guardian)
- Takeaway.com wins battle to buy Just Eat in £5.9bn deal (The Independent)
That's all for today, check back tomorrow for your Tuesday briefing.