CA daily briefing: Thursday 4 March
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
BEIS responds to ICAS’ request for a continuation of the automatic filing extension with Companies House.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Budget 2021: UK's tax burden to 'reach highest levels since 1960s' (BBC News)
- Ladbrokes owner Entain back in black on rapid US growth (City AM)
- EU vows legal response as UK moves unilaterally on Northern Ireland (Reuters)
- Rishi Sunak plans 'mean that inequality will worsen' (BBC News)
- Bank of England given green remit to aid net zero carbon goal (The Guardian)
- Sainsbury's places 1,150 jobs at risk to invest in food (Sky News)
- Women retirees win £2.7bn for underpaid pensions (BBC News)
- William Hill profits slump as betting giant takes pandemic hit (City AM)
- UK new car sales slump in February amid COVID-19 hit (Reuters)
- Corporation tax hike: Business bears cost of pandemic (Accountancy Age)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Friday briefing.