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Morning Money: Why won’t Daniel Godfrey pay staff bonuses?

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Morning Money: Why won’t Daniel Godfrey pay staff bonuses?
Daniel Godfrey has joined Neil Woodford in saying his new fund will not pay staff bonuses. The former Chief Executive of the Investment Association plans to launch a new investment trust in early 2017. Both asset managers agreed there was no evidence that they result in better outcomes for investors. Daniel told Share Radio's James Brydges why he wanted to take a different approach.
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James Brydges, Daniel Godfrey


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Morning Money: What will the Olympic parade bring to Manchester?

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Morning Money: What will the Olympic parade bring to Manchester?
The Prime Minister says it’s going to be "a celebration fit for heroes". The UK's triumphant Olympians will be parading before the crowds in the UK's second city, Manchester. But why Manchester and what might the Olympians bring to the region? Sports journalist Anil Senghera explained from Manchester.
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Chris Bailey, Anil Sanghera


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Morning Money: Can the Government help solve the housing crisis by giving local authorities more power over planning fees?

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Morning Money: Can the Government help solve the housing crisis by giving local authorities more power over planning fees?
The House of Lords Select Committee on Economic Affairs has concluded in a report that the Government should allow local authorities to set and vary planning fees in accordance with the needs of their local area to incentivise private sector housebuilders. John Wriglesworth, Consultant Researcher for Jackson-Stops & Staff joined the Morning Money team to discuss further.
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Chris Bailey, John Wriglesworth


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Morning Money: Southern Rail – How long can the disruption continue?

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Morning Money: Southern Rail – How long can the disruption continue?
Southern Rail cut a further 314 services a day on Monday, bringing the anger of many customers, as trains continued to arrive late despite the introduction of a drastically reduced timetable. After months of delays, cancellations and union action, passengers of the services are questioning how long this can go on for. Matt Cox has been investigating the situation.
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Matt Cox


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Morning Money: What’s the best way to maximise economic freedom whatever the outcome of the referendum?

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Morning Money: What’s the best way to maximise economic freedom whatever the outcome of the referendum?
With the results of the forthcoming EU referendum seemingly on a knife-edge, the Institute of Economic Affairs has published a report outlining the best way to maximise economic freedom whatever the outcome. Ryan Bourne, Head of Public Policy at the Institute of Economic Affairs, spoke about this further.
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Chris Bailey, Ryan Bourne


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Morning Money: Matthew Barr looks ahead to the Electronic Entertainment Expo

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Morning Money: Matthew Barr looks ahead to the Electronic Entertainment Expo
The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is underway in Los Angeles, as the latest developments within the industry are showcased. With the sector currently generating nearly £1.5 billion for the UK economy, Matt Cox spoke to games industry expert, Matthew Barr, from the University of Glasgow.
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Matt Cox, Matthew Barr


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Morning Money: Will we soon live in an economy where everything is recycled?

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Morning Money: Will we soon live in an economy where everything is recycled?
The EU is dedicating itself to its recycling targets, including setting an "EU Action Plan for the Circular Economy" that establishes an ambitious programme of action. The 2016 ‘Resourcing The Future Conference’ is set to start in London and Matt Cox has been finding out more by speaking with David Maddison, Professor of Economics at the University of Birmingham.
Guests:

Matt Cox, David Maddison


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Morning Money: How important is etiquette for the business traveller?

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Morning Money: How important is etiquette for the business traveller?
Marie-Hélène Ferguson, Principal at the London School of Etiquette, talked etiquette for the business traveller. New research has revealed just how confident we are at meeting new people and our biggest faux pas when abroad. So what mistakes do we make, what are our biggest fears and is etiquette important today both at home and abroad?
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Marie-Hélène Ferguson


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Morning Money: Is online shopping fuelling a consumer demand for free returns?

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Morning Money: Is online shopping fuelling a consumer demand for free returns?
Are you a serial returner? Research from Barclaycard has highlighted the rise of shoppers who deliberately over-order goods before returning them. Otherwise known as 'serial returners', it’s beginning to hurt retailers' bottom line. Sharon Manikon, Director of Customer Solutions at Barclaycard Global Payment Acceptance, talked about this with Sarah Lowther and Chris Bailey.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Sharon Manikon


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Morning Money: How are non-graduates faring in Britain today?

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Morning Money: How are non-graduates faring in Britain today?
Conor D'Arcy, Policy Analyst at the Resolution Foundation, talked about their new research published on the lack of career routes for non-graduates. Public policy is often focused on boosting high-level skills and helping those with the poorest qualifications. But those in between are often overlooked, so how can we break down the barriers?
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Chris Bailey, Conor D'Arcy


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