CA daily briefing: Tuesday 18 May
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
Susan Cattell reviews HMRC suggestions for how it could help taxpayers to get offshore tax right – placing the emphasis on preventing non-compliance happening, rather than responding to it after the event.
Today's top stories from around the web
- UK job vacancies highest for a year as lockdown eases (BBC News)
- Ferocious' row blazing in Whitehall over Australia trade deal (City AM)
- Britain calls for progress with EU on post-Brexit Northern Irish trade (Reuters)
- Credit Suisse bankers exit as post-Archegos defections mount (Bloomberg)
- 500 global firms put disability inclusion on boardroom agendas (The Guardian)
- Covid batters life chances of disadvantaged young people, says PwC. Business could do more to help (The Independent)
- Mortgage lending set to level off as stamp duty holiday nears deadline (Accountancy Age)
- No gas boilers to be sold by 2025 to reach net zero (Sky News)
- Amazon 'in talks to buy MGM Studios for $9bn' (BBC News)
- Vodafone back in the black as restructuring continues apace (City AM)
- Gig economy couriers should be eligible for a pension, says UK regulator (The Guardian)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Wednesday briefing.