CA daily briefing: Monday 19 April
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
In her latest article, Justine Riccomini explains what readers will find in the latest edition of the ICAS Guide to Scottish Taxes.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Facebook: Our staff can carry on working from home after Covid (BBC News)
- HSBC scraps executive floor in Canary Wharf in favour of hot-desking (City AM)
- Goldman Sachs invests $69 million in Britain's Starling Bank (Reuters)
- Crypto stock mania tested by sliding prices, slump in Bitcoin (Bloomberg)
- Pubs and restaurant bosses launch legal battle over Covid rules (The Guardian)
- What would a four-day week look like? (The Independent)
- What is a non-fungible token - and why are some digital artworks selling for millions? (Sky News)
- Low-deposit mortgage scheme launched (BBC News)
- Fintech innovation will be at the heart of London's recovery (City AM)
- NHS England chair faces demands to explain role in Greensill lobbying (The Guardian)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Tuesday briefing.