Certainty around status of EU workers and access to European markets are key issues for small business as Brexit negotiations kick off, but research from the FSB also found a third would be deterred from trade under WTO tariffs. For a look at the impact, Alan Soady, spokesperson for the Federation of Small Businesses, joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher.
The Brexit process has officially begun - but is the door still ajar for the UK to remain? And what sectors will be most affected by the Brexit process? For analysis and reaction, Chris Justham, relationship manager at 7 Investment Management, joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher, immediately following Theresa May's speech to parliament.
This week Georgie Frost is joined by product researcher Adam Williams and web manager Gary Adams to look through the top financial stories from the Moneywise magazine. This week they look at the new addition to the Isa family, the Lisa. What are the pros and cons and will your bank even be able to offer you one? Plus find out if there're any savings accounts left capable to beating inflation and why Waitrose is leaving many customers disappointed.
Three of Britain's biggest consumer groups Money Saving Expert, Which? and Citizens Advice wrote an open letter to the Prime Minister after she was was accused of "forgetting" about consumers in her Brexit negotiations. They want her to set up a cross-Government high-level working group focused solely on securing the best deal for customers.
So what will the triggering of Article 50 mean for us? And how will our exit from the EU impact the pound in our pockets? To find out more Georgie Frost was joined by Jasmine Birtles - financial and business commentator from Money Magpie .
Georgie Frost was joined by Andy Webb of Be Clever With Your Cash this morning. Today on the agenda, they discussed, of course, the Article 50 letter being delivered to Brussels. Plus they look into why drivers will pay 25 times more road tax from this week . All these stories and more on The News Review.
The letter which will formally begin the UK's exit from the EU has been signed by the prime minister. It will be hand-delivered to Brussels this lunchtime - triggering Article 50. Negotiations for the exit deal will then be able to start. To discuss what will happen over the next 48 hours, Georgie Frost was joined by Billy Bambrough, Editor of economics and business website Verdict.co.uk.
Nigel Cassidy joined Georgie Frost to discuss the main market headlines of the morning, starting with the news of today, which is all about Article 50 being triggered. Ryanair has had its say on this. They've said aviation should be prioritised in the Brexit talks. We've also heard full-year figures from Saga, the over 50s insurance specialist. Plus we've also had trading updates from Tui and StageCoach.
A big legal defeat has driven Uber out of Denmark. A new law requires all taxis to have expensive seat sensors, meters, and video surveillance, meaning Uber is an "illegal taxi service" and not a "ride sharing app" as it claims. The ride-hailing company says it's closing it's business from mid-April. Matt Cox spoke to Paul Henty, Partner and competition law expert at law firm Charles Russell-Speechlys.
Truckman, the West Midlands-based automotive manufacturer, has made a sharp U-turn on its stance on Brexit. The company was firmly anti-Brexit and has now become a supporter of leaving the EU and has set it's sights on doubling its export activity by targeting countries including Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Sweden. Chairman Mike Wheeler joined Nigel Cassidy to discuss the change of heart.
Theresa May will trigger Article 50 later. There'll be much scrutinising of the text of hints about where the coming negotiations are going, both in Brussels and London. The tone and the contents will form the basis for the EU's response. Joining Nigel Cassidy is Chris Bailey, Founder of Financial Orbit.