Sarah Pennells was joined by senior analyst Ed Bowsher. Today on the agenda, they discussed how more than half of City workers feel more stressed at home than at work. Plus they look into why senior ministers have written to Tory MPs to try to stave off a rebellion over business rates. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Donald Trump has made some remarks about Sweden on Friday at a rally in Florida, which seem to have caused some confusion. And Trump has continued his attack on what he calls the 'dishonest' media. There have been two petitions in the UK, for and against his state visit to the UK. MP's will debate the state visit today. Sarah Pennells was joined by Share Radio's Political Correspondent, Colin Bloom to discuss the political headlines from earlier this morning.
Joining Sarah Pennells to discuss what the main market headlines of the morning are is Share Radio's Nigel Cassidy. A busy morning of company announcements, starting with the main story of the day: the Kraft-Unilever deal. And the numbers out from Bovis Homes this morning.
Joining Georgie to discuss what the main market headlines of the morning are is Share Radio's Nigel Cassidy. Friday's are usually a quiet day for company announcements and that's certainly the case today. Millenium & Copthorne Hotels have released final results. The other big company news this morning has been a familiar story for Japanese company Toshiba.
Donald Trump used his first solo news conference at the White House to air his grievances with the media. In a boisterous and often bizarre session, he fired off numerous broadsides at the media as he skipped from topic to topic in what critics saw as an attempt to deflect attention from his alleged ties to Russia. And on this side of the pond, Former Prime Minister Tony Blair is expected to announce his "mission" to persuade Britons to "rise up" and change their minds on Brexit, in a speech later today. For his thoughts on these stories, Share Radio Morning's Georgie Frost was joined by Billy Bambrough, Editor of economics and business website Verdict.co.uk.
Georgie Frost was joined by senior analyst Ed Bowsher. Today on the agenda, they discussed how we spend almost £1.2 million in our lifetime on household bills. Plus they look into why 1 in 4 people retiring this year will still have debts to pay off. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Sue Dougan was joined by financial journalist Simon Read from The Independent. Today on the agenda, they discussed how 1 in 10 parents renting in England say they worry about short tenancies. Plus they look into why people will wait for an average of six minutes in a queue before giving up in frustration. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Joining Sue to discuss what the main market headlines of the morning are is Share Radio's Nigel Cassidy. The Competition and Markets Authority will open an investigation into Heineken’s proposed acquisition of part of the Punch Taverns pubs portfolio. Coca-Cola HBC has released its full year financial results, but is this THE Coca-Cola?
Donald Trump's been meeting with Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Washington. And the Trump administration has issued an ultimatum to NATO members, demanding they start increasing defence spending or Washington will "moderate its commitment" to them. Members of Mr Trump’s new government are making their first official visits to Europe this week and Mike Pence, vice president, is due to meet the head of the European Council, Donald Tusk. To find out what came out of the meeting and what the NATO issue is, Sue Dougan was joined by Josh Lowe of Newsweek.
From trials in Finland to the subject of a Labour Party working group, universal basic income is making headlines. The idea would see everyone get a guaranteed basic salary. It's is hoped this could address growing social problems as well as encouraging more entrepreneurial behaviour. To find out more about how it could work in Britain our reporter Tom Hill spoke to founder member of the Basic Income Earth Network, Guy Standing.