And we're back for round two of This is Money's Brexit Special, presented in partnership with NS&I. This week, we're going to be taking a closer look at how the referendum will be affecting your own personal finances. We'll also be looking at migration, travel costs, and Bank of England Governor Mark Carney's attempts at reassurance. But it's not all Brexit! Life does, after all, go on. We'll be taking a look at the ins and outs of buying a 2nd-hand car, wonder if the millennials will be able to survive the coming economy, and there'll also be a quiz for keen-eared listeners.
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Ryan Heath, Senior EU Correspondent and Associate Editor at Politico Europe, joined Share Radio Morning Money to bring us the sharpest political analysis in the business. Why is it a bad idea to wait too long before ‘pulling the trigger on Article 50?’ Because EU leaders will lose patience and ‘push us out the door’. And why is a General Election later this year dangerous? Because it will be seen as a rerun of the referendum vote.
It's a week since the British people voted to leave the European Union - a decision that sent shudders through global markets. Economic shocks have come thick and fast, and it’s not over yet. Robert Van Egghen has been taking stock of what has happened so far.
Tom Parker of Cambre Associates joined Share Radio’s Directors’ Briefing sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, to offer the latest reaction to Brexit. From what businesses around the Chamber of Commerce are saying, to the worrying or concerning issues, Tom covers all angles when it comes to Brexit business impact.
Radix, "the think tank of the radical centre", launches with a report and an event on Quantitative Easing, featuring Sir Vince Cable. Dr Joe Zammit-Lucia is Co-Author of the paper: 'Quantitative Easing - The Debate That Never Happened'. He joined Share Radio to offer his views on why the UK voted to leave the EU, and what this means for quantitative easing.
On this week's Shop Floor, in association with the Inspirational Development Group, Nick Peters looks at presenteeism- people who turn up to work but are not fully engaged in their tasks- with Professor Derek Mowbray of the Management Advisory Service. Michelle McQuaid, psychologist and writer, explores the concept of grit and how it can be applied to the workplace; meanwhile Tony Nevin, Director of Employee Benefits at Mazars, discusses how the Employee Value Proposition can be used as a tool to recruit new talent in businesses. Craig Preston, Managing Director at IDG, expresses his opinions on Brexit and looks over the some of the topics that were covered on the programme this month.
Professor Derek Mowbray, Michelle McQuaid, Tony Nevin, Craig Preston
Sarah Pennells conducts an hour-long special programme on Brexit and the long term consequences that are much harder to predict. Rodney Hobson, Author of 'Shares Made Simple', Broadcaster and Financial Writer, and Justin Urquhart Stewart, Co-Founder of Seven Investment Management, look at the how the markets reacted in the immediate aftermath of Thursday's results. Employment lawyers Gillian Howard and Melanie Stancliffe, from Irwin Mitchell, look at how workplace rights will be affected; while Poppy Trowbridge, Consumer Affairs Correspondent for Sky News, and Mark Weedon, from Property Partner, look at the consumer aspects of Brexit. Jennie Kreser, Partner in Pensions Law at Silverman Sherliker, focuses on pensions and whether they will change.
The votes are in, and Britain is to leave the European Union. Don't Panic, though, because if you want to understand what this means for you and your finances, this is the only podcast for you. What is a technical recession? Will this mean less migration to the UK? How much will French strawberries cost next week? The answers start here. The team from Financial Website of the Year This Is Money, Editor Simon Lambert and Consumer Affairs Editor Lee Boyce have been preparing for months the definitive guide to a pre- and post-Brexit economy, and along with Financial Broadcaster of the Year Georgie Frost, they're on the case unpacking the fallout of this, the most historic day in the UK for decades.
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Colin Bloom, Presenter of Share Politics, joined Nigel Cassidy and Chris Bailey to bring the latest from Westminster as David Cameron announced his resignation. What does it mean, was it expected and who’s next in line?
David Helliwell, Group Editorial Director at Cumbrian Newspapers Group, that launched the new daily newspaper '24’ to cover the north of England and south west Scotland, joined Share Radio Morning Money to offer a perspective from the north on the EU referendum result.