CA daily briefing: Thursday 6 May
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
2020 is unlikely to be a year any of us will forget. We continued to grow and adapt throughout, and the unprecedented events allowed us to demonstrate our commitment to and value for our Members, Students and firms in a range of practical ways. Our 2020 Annual Review outlines the progress we made.
Today's top stories from around the web
- No full-time return to the office for over a million (BBC News)
- UK to scrap EU rule giving choice of clearer in derivatives (City AM)
- UK construction reports biggest rise in workload since 2016 (Reuters)
- COVID-19: Next raises profit forecast again as sales smash expectations (Sky News)
- Petrol station tycoons Issa brothers on verge of £6.8bn Asda buyout (The Guardian)
- One in three accountants and tax advisers unregulated (Accountancy Daily)
- Covid: US backs waiver on vaccine patents to boost supply (BBC News)
- To taper or not to taper, that is today's question for the Bank of England (City AM)
- KPMG UK staff to work in offices up to four days a fortnight from June (Reuters)
- Uber hit with $600m UK drivers' bill after being forced to classify them as workers (Sky News)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Friday briefing.