CA daily briefing: Tuesday 11 May
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
The latest episode of the CA Agenda podcast is now live. This Mental Health Awareness Week Indy chats to Chair of the Board of Trustees at the Mental Health Foundation Aisha Sheikh-Anene about reconnecting with nature, the importance of communicating and the effect the pandemic has had on mental wellbeing.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Apple's UK users deserve app price compensation, claim says (BBC News)
- Ministers demand compensation from Hitachi over rail chaos (City AM)
- US fuel pipeline remains days from reopening after cyberattack (Reuters)
- Brits rush to book flights to Israel, Virgin Atlantic says (Bloomberg)
- Tax dodging concerns over small firms used to pay NHS test-and-trace workers (The Guardian)
- Lex Greensill prepares for questions from MPs over lobbying scandal (Sky News)
- Morrisons hails 'renaissance of the supermarket' (BBC News)
- UK Government sell shares of bailed-out NatWest for £1.1bn as stake shrinks to 55% (City AM)
- FTSE 100 edges lower as stronger pound offsets gains in miners (Reuters)
- Provident Financial axes doorstep lending arm after 140 years putting 2,100 jobs at risk (Sky News)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Wednesday briefing.