CA daily briefing: Monday 23 March 2020
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Andrew Harbison here providing you with your daily briefing from my dining table.
The latest from ICAS
Susan Cattell explains the review HMRC is currently undertaking of its implementation of powers introduced since 2012. ICAS has submitted evidence, which also covered some broader issues arising from HMRC’s exercise of its powers.
Access information, resources and insight about coronavirus from ICAS on our new hub.
Today's top stories from around the web
- PM to rush emergency legislation through the Commons (City AM)
- Commuters to get refund on rail season tickets (BBC News)
- FRC supports moratorium in corporate reporting (FRC)
- SoftBank to raise $41 billion to expand share buyback, cut debt (Reuters)
- Energy storage boom stalls in Europe (The Guardian)
- Sir Richard Branson pledges £215m boost to protect Virgin jobs (Sky News)
- Will government rescue package be enough for firms? (BBC News)
- Pearson issues 2020 profit warning on coronavirus closures (City AM)
- Online tutors boosting incomes as demand surges due to coronavirus lockdowns (Reuters)
- Pensions regulator investigates former Norton Motorcycles boss (The Guardian)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Tuesday briefing.