CA daily briefing: Thursday 23 January 2020
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Hilde Oesterkloeft here with your morning briefing from ICAS and around the globe.
Latest from ICAS
Alice Telfer takes us through ICAS' recently published collection of case studies to support the application of directors’ section 172 duties.
Steven Wood considers the recent independent Loan Charge Review from an insolvency perspective.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Tesla overtakes Volkswagen as value hits $100bn (BBC News)
- UK retail sector sheds 57,000 jobs after tough year for high street (City AM)
- Finance wants competitiveness role for UK watchdogs after Brexit (Reuters)
- Two weeks of leave for UK parents who lose a child (BBC News)
- Reshape economy to fight climate crisis, says Prince Charles (The Guardian)
- Javid stands by proposed digital tax in face of US threats (Sky News)
- Exclusive: Downing Street plots for UK to 'take up its flag' at WTO months ahead of agreed time (City AM)
- UK pay settlements slow in December, start 2020 cautiously - XpertHR (Reuters)
- Shoppers turn to payday loans to get through January after Christmas overspend, poll suggests (The Independent)
- France's Le Maire: Any Brexit deal must not weaken European single market (Reuters)
That's all for today, check back tomorrow for your Friday briefing.