CA daily briefing: Thursday 25 March
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
President Catherine Burnet CA, Deputy President Bruce Pritchard CA and Vice President Indy Hothi CA bring you a monthly round-up on what’s been happening at ICAS over the past month.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Nationwide tells 13,000 staff to 'work anywhere' (BBC News)
- Cineworld plunges to $3bn loss as screen closures continue (City AM)
- Boohoo publishes list of UK suppliers to meet transparency pledge (Reuters)
- COVID-19: Department store closures illustrate hurricane blowing through retail sector (Sky News)
- Pubs that check Covid status may be allowed to drop social distancing (The Guardian)
- Big investors shun Deliveroo over workers' rights (BBC News)
- After H&M, more foreign retail brands under fire in China in Xinjiang fallout (Reuters)
- MEPs call for tougher audit rules after Wirecard collapse (Reuters)
- Nike, H&M face China fury over Xinjiang cotton 'concerns' (BBC News)
- Majority of at-risk listed firms claimed government Covid support even as some neared collapse (City AM)
That's all for today. Please note that ICAS office will be closed tomorrow Friday 26 March, so this will be the last morning briefing this week. Check back next week for your Monday briefing.