CA daily briefing: Monday 22 February
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
Susan Cattell discusses HMRC’s report on the implementation of new tax administrative powers, obligations and safeguards introduced since 2012 – and highlights some important HMRC commitments to address the findings of the evaluation.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Bitcoin keeps hitting new highs after Tesla backing (BBC News)
- HSBC to move top brass out of Canary Wharf in 'pivot to Asia' (City AM)
- Northern Ireland parties take legal action against Brexit deal (Reuters)
- About 1,000 finance firms eyeing post-Brexit outposts in UK (Bloomberg)
- UK urged to take lead in easing debt crisis in developing countries (The Guardian)
- Cyber fraudsters ditch big money scams in favour of 'silent stealing' during pandemic (Sky News)
- More than half of UK employers planning to recruit staff (BBC News)
- British Airways boosted by £2.4bn loan and pensions deal as travel restrictions keep flights grounded (City AM)
- Australia won't change planned content laws despite Facebook block (Retuers)
- City watchdog halts new business at Buy2LetCars (The Guardian)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Tuesday briefing.