CA daily briefing: Monday 2 March 2020
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Andrew Harbison here with your first briefing of the week.
The latest from ICAS
Jan Garioch CA discusses a recent case, Udlaw Ltd v HMRC, which saw the FTT give weight to sad family circumstances when deciding if HMRC was correct to impose penalties on an under declaration.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Coronavirus: Stocks rise as central banks pledge support (BBC News)
- Scandal-hit NMC Health appoints heavyweight advisers for talks with lenders (City AM)
- Nokia to replace CEO after struggling to make 5G headway (Bloomberg)
- M&S to expand successful trial of fill-your-own container scheme (The Guardian)
- Profit at Hiscox blown away by hurricanes and typhoons (City AM)
- Brexit: The UK's window of opportunity to do a US trade deal (BBC News)
- John McDonnell says Treasury committee will now be 'toothless' (The Guardian)
- Farmers angry after senior government adviser says UK could import all food 'like Singapore' (Sky News)
- Just Eat Takeaway takes action against Delivery Hero over stake (Reuters)
That's all for today, check back tomorrow for your Tuesday briefing.