CA daily briefing: Monday 3 May
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
In the latest Championing Unique Perspectives interview, adventurer and Inspire Alpine founder Ricky Munday CA discusses how some of his lowest moments have led to some of the best experiences of his life.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Rental market unusually uncertain, Nationwide says (BBC News)
- Chinese investment in UK assets estimated to be £135bn (City AM)
- UK's Johnson faces more questions over personal spending (Reuters)
- Ether hits $3,000 as Bitcoin’s crypto dominance declines (Bloomberg)
- UK’s rising debts ‘can be coped with’, says rightwing thinktank (The Guardian)
- UK’s net zero push undermined by energy grid that holds back renewables (The Independent)
- House prices rise at biggest monthly rate since 2004 after stamp duty holiday extension (Sky News)
- Don't trust caller ID on phones, says Ofcom (BBC News)
- Highest paying companies in the UK revealed (City AM)
- Investors flock to life sciences as UK sector breaks funding record (The Guardian)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Tuesday briefing.