CA daily briefing: Wednesday 2 September
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Hilde Oesterkloeft here to give your your mid-week news and updates from ICAS and around the world.
The latest from ICAS
In the following extract from the ICAS research publication Speak up? Listen up? Whistleblow? In their own words – Insights into the ethical dilemmas of ICAS members we hear from ICAS members about their real-life experiences of ethical challenges, “In their own words”.
Today's top stories from around the web
- House prices at all-time high, says Nationwide (BBC News)
- Australia plunges into recession as Covid-19 sparks record slump (City AM)
- UK retailers step up their discounting in August, BRC says (Reuters)
- Major tax rises will be needed to tackle record debt levels, Sunak told (The Guardian)
- Government denies raid on foreign aid budget to help plug coronavirus black hole (Sky News)
- Kickstart: Firms offered £1,500 to hire under-24s (BBC News)
- Unilever to drop fossil fuels from cleaning products by 2030 (Reuters)
- The national productivity recovery depends on getting people back to the office (City AM)
- 'Trickle not a torrent': workers in Canary Wharf and Manchester return to the office (The Guardian)
- Tilney and Smith & Williamson complete merger (Accountnacy Daily)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Thursday briefing.