CA daily briefing: Wednesday 26 May
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
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Today's top stories from around the web
- M&S swings to big loss as pandemic takes its toll (BBC News)
- SSE profit rises as energy giant ramps up net zero push (City AM)
- BoE's Tenreyro sees global interest rates staying low (Reuters)
- Ireland rejects President Biden's global corporate tax plans and will keep 12.5% rate, finance minister tells Sky News (Sky News)
- China replaces Germany as UK’s biggest import market (The Guardian)
- HMRC’s mini-umbrella company fraud crackdown sees similar approach to IR35 (Accountancy Age)
- Building projects hit by lack of supplies and price rises (BBC News)
- Commercially viable electricity from nuclear fusion a step closer thanks to British breakthrough (Sky News)
- Switzerland heads for Brexit-like EU clash with €227bn at stake from today (City AM)
- UK to propose powers to block London listings that pose security risks (Reuters)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Thursday briefing.