CA daily briefing: Wednesday 21 April
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
The structures of Scottish politics are evolving to adapt to increased tax devolution, especially within the Scottish Government but there is a case for boosting parliamentary scrutiny, particularly if there is further tax devolution, divergence or reform.
Justine Riccomini outlines the case for strengthening decision making around tax in Scotland.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Rising fuel costs drive UK inflation to 0.7 in March (BBC News)
- All six English clubs abandon JP Morgan Super League plan (City AM)
- UK households suffer bigger income hit than in Germany and France - study (Reuters)
- Leading finance firms sign up to Mark Carney forum on low-carbon investment (The Guardian)
- Nearly half of world’s biggest companies factor cost of carbon into business plans (Accountancy Daily)
- COVID-19: Netflix numbers fall short as pandemic boost fades (Sky News)
- Labour: Save Liberty Steel before it goes bust (BBC News)
- Tiktok sued for billions over children’s data concerns (City AM)
- FTSE 100 ends worst session in nearly two-months; cigarette makers, oil stocks weigh (Reuters)
- Major property fund to unlock investors' money (BBC News)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Thursday briefing.