Sarah Pennells was joined on the line by Billy Bambrough, Editor at Verdict.co.uk to discuss some of the biggest news stories of the day, including Theresa May's comments on Brexit plans and Boris Johnson flying to New York for the first formal face-to-face meeting between members of the incoming US administration.
Today, Sarah Pennells was looking at where you should save and invest in 2017. You probably don't need reminding that last year was a terrible year for savers, with the Bank of England base rate cut pushing already low interest rates on savings accounts down even further. But it was a different picture for stocks and shares with - after a post Brexit vote wobble, the FTSE 100 index ending up at a record high; So, where should you put your money in 2017? We heard Co-founder of Savings Champion Anna Bowes, financial planner at Piercefield Oliver Louise Oliver and editor of What Investment magazine David Thorpe.
Is today your first day back at work after the Christmas break? Perhaps you've been easing yourself back in gently for the last few days. But either way, are you feeling a little bit restless… a bit like you want a change of direction? Or maybe you're happy in your job but you'd like a pay rise, or more responsibility. Today we looked at how you can take control of your career. The guests are Mildred Talabi, who's an award-winning career blogger, speaker and author, who's written several books including '7 keys to a winning CV - How to create a CV that gets results' and 'The science of successful job hunting'. Sarah Pennells was also joined by Melanie Stancliffe who's an employment lawyer with Irwin Mitchell and Richard Alderson from Careershifters.org.
Mildred Talabi, Melanie Stancliffe, Richard Alderson
Theresa May will pledge to help end mental health stigma when she announces a package of reforms as part of her vision for her "shared society". One in four Britons experience mental health problems during their lives and the economic and social cost of this has been estimated at around £105bn, according to the Government. To find out more about this Sarah Pennells was joined by Head of Research and Policy at Money and Mental Health Policy Institute, Katie Evans.
Get down to this year’s London Boat Show, which kicked off on Friday and will run until Sunday 15th of January. It’s got all you ever wanted to know about boats, and even stuff you didn’t. Melanie Wray spoke to Pip Woods from the British Marine Boat Show about the must-see attractions.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Editor-in-chief of money.co.uk Hannah Maundrell. Today on the agenda, they discuss the 24 hour Tube strike. Plus they analyse the Prime Minister's latest announcement for plans to combat the stigma of mental health. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Our rail fares are one of the highest in Europe. A recent study found we spend as much as six times more of our salaries on rail fares than our European counterparts do. We are often overcharged as rail firms do not show the cheapest price on two-thirds of cross-country routes. Well, change might be on the way. Rail firms may now be forced to display its lowest priced ticket on self-service ticket machines. Sarah Pennells spoke to Lianna Etkind about the constant rise of rail fares.
No matter where you work there are office gripes. We all try to ignore them and remain chirpy, but some habits are bound to grate more than others. So what are the top annoying office gripes? Noisy or messy eaters, alongside moaning, were among the top complaints in a new poll. Sarah Pennells talked to Professor Sir Cary Cooper about the worst office gripes.