A former Tory leader's come under fire for saying Theresa May would show the same resolve to defend Gibraltar as Margaret Thatcher did over the Falklands. Lord Howard was speaking after the EU suggested Spain will be able to veto future deals between the Union and the UK. Theresa May's heading to Jordan and Saudi Arabia for talks about stepping up the fight against Islamic State. The prime minister will pledge more UK support for airstrikes and new counter-terrorism measures during her visit. To discuss what developments can we expect to see from this, Georgie Frost was joined by political journalist Natasha Clarke.
Nigel Cassidy joined Georgie Frost to discuss the main market headlines of the morning, starting with UK chip designer Imagination technologies. They've made an announcement this morning regarding a license agreement with Apple. Also news coming out of Lloyds Bank this morning. It says it will shrink hundreds of branches in size. And Consumer goods giant Reckitt Benckiser has confirmed it is beginning a strategic review of its food business.
The approach of the remaining 27 EU member states towards Brexit negotiations will be set out later. European Council President Donald Tusk will lay out his proposals. The UK government wants a new free trade deal to be discussed alongside any possible divorce bill. But this has been rejected by the German chancellor. To discuss what we can expect to be laid out by the European Union, Georgie Frost was joined by Ryan Heath, Senior correspondent at POLITICO Europe.
Georgie Frost was joined by Editor-in-chief of money.co.uk Hannah Maundrell this morning. Today on the agenda, they discussed how businesses will be able to choose their water supplier - in the biggest shake-up of the sector since privatisation. Plus they look into the news that the NHS, government departments, councils and other public sector organisations with over 250 workers will have to publish details on any gender pay gap. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Nigel Cassidy joined Georgie Frost to discuss the main market headlines of the morning, starting with Entertainment One and Speedy Hire. Plus we had a Share Radio Exclusive this morning - Nigel spoke with a Brit in Belgium who's seeking Belgian citizenship post Brexit. And he revealed there are up to 1,000 others looking to do the same.
Worrying numbers of small businesses are feeling increasingly stretched by financial pressures. So much so, that 1 in 5 small business owners with cashflow problems aren't able to pay their staff, and are instead having to dip into their savings. To find out how this has come about, Share Radio reporter Anviksha Patel spoke to former Apprentice winner and Small Business Champion, Tim Campbell MBE.
With Article 50 triggered and the Brexit process underway what next for the UK's tech industry? There's been a 10% reduction of skilled tech workers from within the EU relocating to the UK over the last year and even homegrown talent has been moving elsewhere. Share Radio's James Brydges spoke to James Parsons, CEO and founder of resourcing solutions company, the Arrows Group, about the impact of Brexit.
Georgie Frost was joined by finance expert Kevin Pratt from moneysupermarket.com this morning. Today on the agenda, they discussed why we're spending more on credit cards at a faster rate than in a decade - raising fears of a new debt crisis. Plus they look into the news that food manufacturers are being told to change their recipes or portion sizes to cut the amount of sugar in them. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Just a day after formally triggering the UK's exit from the EU, the government will set out how it plans to turn European laws into British ones. Ministers will publish a white paper on proposals for a Great Repeal Bill. How many laws are we talking about being changed? To discuss what developments can we expect to see over the next week, Georgie Frost was joined by Josh Lowe from Newsweek.
Nigel Cassidy joined Georgie Frost to discuss the main market headlines of the morning, starting with insurance market Lloyd's of London is to set up a subsidiary in Brussels. It's so it can keep a presence in the European union after Brexit. We've also heard from online electrical goods retailer AO World and the numbers are out from the food wholesaler Booker Group - which is being taken over by Tesco. So what has it reported and what has it said about the Tesco merger?