CA daily briefing: Wednesday 22 July
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Hilde Oesterkloeft back with your mid-week news and updates.
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.
At the end of last year Bupa partnered with YouGov to release their Workplace Wellbeing Census – a report into how employees in Britain really feel about their wellbeing.
Today's top stories from around the web
- How deep are Britain and China's economic ties? (BBC News)
- UK abandons hope of trade deal with US by the end of year (City AM)
- UK working on 'a range of measures' for aviation, transport secretary says (Reuters)
- 1 in 5 received coronavirus-related communications suspected to be a scam, survey finds (The Independent)
- Sadiq Khan launches review of TfL in response to official inquiry (The Guardian)
- UK firms still operating at half pre-virus capacity, says BCC (BBC News)
- Silver and euro gleaming as investor bets on economic recovery hurt dollar (Reuters)
- Coronavirus: Ryanair cuts major base after pilots reject pay cuts (Sky News)
- B&Q owner Kingfisher forecasts higher profits as demand continues (City AM)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Thursday briefing.