CA daily briefing: Tuesday 6 April
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
In the latest article in the Championing Unique Perspectives series, Michael Scott CA discusses his journey into the profession from relative poverty, challenging elitist stereotypes in accountancy and how to make the profession open to all.
Today's top stories from around the web
- EasyJet: Two test travel rule is too expensive (BBC News)
- Credit Suisse takes £3.4bn hit from Archegos Capital collapse (City AM)
- Sunak's tax break plan pushes UK manufacturers to invest, survey shows (Reuters)
- Crypto market cap surpasses $2tn after doubling this year (Bloomberg)
- Janet Yellen calls for global minimum corporate tax rate (The Guardian)
- Extinction Rebellion announces ‘wave’ of action against banks over fossil fuel investments (The Independent)
- Peacocks faces leaner future under rescue deal that saves 2,000 jobs (Sky News)
- Unions criticise 'miserly' 50p rise in statutory sick pay (BBC News)
- Central London's post-Covid recovery 'may take a while' (City AM)
- Goldman Sachs prepares for staff to return to London office this week (The Guardian)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Wednesday briefing.