CA morning briefing: Friday 1 November 2019 (2)
Your essential briefing on of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Andrew Harbison here keeping you up to date with the latest developments from ICAS and around the globe.
Spotlight on ICAS
The latest issue of the CA is live now. The theme for the November issue of The CA magazine is “putting members first” and throughout the magazine we look behind the new look and refreshed brand at ICAS, to explain the thinking behind the changes. We talk to Members Board Chair Bruce Pritchard CA about the Board’s enhanced role and ambitious programme, and you can also find out more about the changes at icas.com, the launch of CA Connect and why the “member value proposition” is at the heart of it all.
Exchanges of tax information among member states have changed the EU tax compliance atmosphere dramatically over the past six years, as Donald Drysdale finds out in his latest article.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Downing Street responds to Donald Trump's Brexit deal criticism (City AM)
- UK will not appoint new BoE chief before December election - official (Reuters)
- UK carmakers go ahead with shutdowns despite Brexit delay (The Guardian)
- Asda: Workers are 'terrified for their jobs' (BBC News)
- Irish manufacturing conditions improve for first time since May - PMI (Reuters)
- Tesco moves to cut out plastic from range of own-brand products (The Guardian)
- Lookers CEO quits amid FCA probe as sales slump below expectations (City AM)
- Asian shares at fresh three-month highs on China PMI surprise (Reuters)
- UK communities demand new free-to-use cash machines (The Independent)
- China rolls out 'one of the world's largest' 5G networks (BBC News)
That's all for today. Check back next week for your Monday morning briefing.