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Georgie Frost

Are young people being locked out of jobs?

Georgie Frost
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Are young people being locked out of jobs?
Three quarters of young people feel locked-out of jobs in the UK. But despite the challenges in employment, nurturing homegrown talent could prove key in the post-Brexit economy. To find out more about the scale of the problem, Sophie Livingstone, Chief Executive at youth and social action charity, City Year UK, joined Share Radio Morning.
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Sophie Livingstone


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Georgie Frost

Brexit is leaving Brits worried about family finances

Georgie Frost
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Brexit is leaving Brits worried about family finances
Brexit and Article 50 has left households worried about the pound in their pocket. Research shows almost half of households are concerned that exiting the EU will harm their disposable income. Scottish Friendly’s savings expert Calum Bennie explained.
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Calum Bennie


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Ed Bowsher

Unilever announces new measures after failed Kraft bid

Ed Bowsher
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Unilever announces new measures after failed Kraft bid
Unilever has unveiled measures to boost investor support after the failed Kraft Heinz bid. Plus, the US Federal Reserve wants to start reducing the number of bonds on its balance sheet this year. For these and today's other economic news Share Radio's Ed Bowsher was joined by Jasper Lawler.
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Jasper Lawler


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Nigel Cassidy

The do's and don'ts of investing

Nigel Cassidy
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The do's and don'ts of investing
IG, the online trading platform, has teamed up with Blackrock to launch IG Smart Portfolios, a range of model investment portfolios. So, joining Nigel Cassidy to talk through the new 'Smart Portfolios', the do's and don'ts and the risks and opportunities when it comes to investing is Ian Peacock, Head of UK and Ireland at IG Group.
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Ian Peacock


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Nigel Cassidy

John Timpson: The key to business success

Nigel Cassidy
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John Timpson: The key to business success
John Timpson, the chairman of key cutter and shoe repair business Timpson, claims hiring good people is the key to a successful business. Timpson told delegates at Retail Week Live: “What’s absolutely essential is great people. I don’t want people who can fix shoes or cut keys; I want personality. You can’t put a spark into a grumpy cobbler,” he said. He joined Nigel Cassidy to discuss more.
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John Timpson


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Nigel Cassidy

Financial services stand to lose 40% of revenue to FinTech firms

Nigel Cassidy
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Financial services stand to lose 40% of revenue to FinTech firms
According to a new PwC report, 61% of the UK financial services industry believe they could lose as much as 40% of their revenue to standalone FinTech firms. So, what can the financial services industry do to keep up with the ever-evolving fin-tech scene?
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Steve Davies


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Nigel Cassidy

What can we expect from the Trump-Xi meeting today?

Nigel Cassidy
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What can we expect from the Trump-Xi meeting today?
Today, President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping will be meeting at Trump's Mar-a-lago resort in Florida to perhaps set the tone or one of the world’s most important bilateral relationships. So, what can we expect from the meeting and what does it mean for trade between the US and China?
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David Kuo


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Georgie Frost

The News Review: Diesel distress

Georgie Frost
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The News Review: Diesel distress
Today on the agenda, Georgie and David Braithwaite from Citrus Financial discussed how drivers of up to 10 million older diesels facing fees of up to £20 per day to drive into urban areas. Plus they look into the UK's most popular takeaway: Chinese, followed by Indian and then fish and chips. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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David Braithwaite


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Georgie Frost

Labour branded "too lenient" over extended Ken Livingstone's suspension, after MPs call to expel him

Georgie Frost
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Labour branded "too lenient" over extended Ken Livingstone's suspension, after MPs call to expel him
In a lookthrough of the latest political headlines, Billy Bambrough, Editor of Verdict.co.uk discussed Boris Johnson saying evidence suggests the Syrian government was responsible for a deadly gas attack on its own people. Plus US President Donald Trump is to meet China's President Xi Jinping this week in a "crunch" trade summit. And the Labour party has been accused of being "too lenient" over a decision to extend the suspension of Ken Livingstone.
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Billy


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Georgie Frost

Bovis Homes appoints ex-boss from rivals Galliford Try

Georgie Frost
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Bovis Homes appoints ex-boss from rivals Galliford Try
Nigel Cassidy joined Georgie Frost to discuss the main market headlines of the morning, and it's all about the housebuilders: We've heard from Bovis, Galliford Try, McCarthy & Stone and Telford. What have they said?
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Nigel Cassidy


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