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Ed Bowsher

Morning Money: Will the UK fail to meet its renewable energy targets?

Ed Bowsher
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Morning Money: Will the UK fail to meet its renewable energy targets?
MPs on the Energy and Climate Change Committee have warned the Government that, on its current course, the UK will fail to achieve its 2020 renewable energy target: to provide for 15% of its energy needs from renewable sources. Morning Money spoke to Bruce Davis, joint MD of green investment company Abundance, to find out more.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Bruce Davis


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: How have SMEs fared since the EU Referendum?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: How have SMEs fared since the EU Referendum?
Shiona Davies, Director of the UK’s largest independent research consultancy BDRC, talks to the Morning Money team on the latest BDRC SME Finance Monitor.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Shiona Davies


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Fishing - the ten-point plan to replenish British waters

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: Fishing - the ten-point plan to replenish British waters
A new paper released by the Adam Smith Institute has called on the government to take back control of UK waters. The report lays out a comprehensive ten-point plan for how Britain can replenish its waters following Brexit, and reveals the full extent of the damage caused by the European Common Fisheries Policy. Dr Madsen Pirie, President of the Adam Smith Institute, joined to discuss this further.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Daniel Godfrey


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Could moving civil servants out of London turbo-charge devolution?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: Could moving civil servants out of London turbo-charge devolution?
A thinktank has claimed that moving 25,000 civil servants out of London would turbo charge devolution. Policy Exchange say that a more productive and innovative public sector will only be achieved if the new government ends the outdated Sir Humphrey model of Government and puts local people in control. To explain the concept, Steve Clarke (filling in for Nigel Cassidy) and Louise Cooper were joined by Damian Hind, Economic & Social Policy Research Fellow and author of the new Policy Exchange report, 'Delivering Differently'.
Guests:

Steve Clarke, Louise Cooper, Damian Hind


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: What's next for the BBC? Maurice Smith on the BBC White Paper.

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: What's next for the BBC? Maurice Smith on the BBC White Paper.
In a new report published today on the BBC White Paper the Culture, Media and Sport Committee welcomes the decision to abolish the BBC Trust and establish a unitary Board, to consolidate regulation of the BBC in Ofcom and to enhance the role of the National Audit Office in overseeing the BBC accounts. Maurice Smith, Share Radio's correspondent in Scotland and contributor to the book "The BBC Today: Future Uncertain" discusses the challenges facing the world's oldest national broadcasting organisation.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Maurice Smith


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: INEOS Director Tom Crotty discusses the company’s move back to the UK and its Shale Gas operations post-Brexit

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: INEOS Director Tom Crotty discusses the company’s move back to the UK and its Shale Gas operations post-Brexit
Share Radio’s Nigel Cassidy catches up with INEOS Group director Tom Crotty about the state of INEOS' operations in the UK at present and the prospects going forwards in the wake of Brexit.
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Tom Crotty


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: The European Union dishes out its highest ever cartel fine to colluding truck makers

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: The European Union dishes out its highest ever cartel fine to colluding truck makers
The European Union has hit five truck makers with its highest-ever cartel fine of £2.46bn, for colluding on the factory prices of medium and heavy trucks, and coordinating on when to implement new emissions technologies. Daimler, DAF, Iveco, MAN and Volvo/Renault were said to have conspired over 14 years to fix prices, but VW-owned MAN escaped a penalty after it blew the whistle on the cartel. Joe Aldridge has been speaking to Paul Henty, Partner at law firm Charles Russell Speechlys, to find out more.
Guests:

Paul Henty, Joe Aldridge


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: What's next for BT after the damning Culture, Media and Sport Committee report?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money: What's next for BT after the damning Culture, Media and Sport Committee report?
British Telecom is significantly under investing in its Openreach division by hundreds of millions of pounds - according to a new report by MPs. The Culture, Media and Sport Committee says the quality of its broadband service "remains poor". Their report warns if there's no improvement, they support separating Openreach from BT. Share Radio spoke to Dave Millett, Managing Director of telecoms broker Equinox to find out more.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Dave Millett


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: “The message is: Britain remains open for business” – Tom Floyd on the planned corporation tax cuts

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: “The message is: Britain remains open for business” – Tom Floyd on the planned corporation tax cuts
Tom Floyd, Senior Sales Trader at corporate forex broker Foenix Partners, joined Share Radio’s Directors’ Briefing sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, to talk about the UK's political uncertainty and how it's impacting the markets, whilst also looking ahead to the Bank of England’s financial stability report.
Guests:

Paul Sedgwick, Tom Floyd


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: How have British businesses and consumers reacted to the Brexit decision?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money: How have British businesses and consumers reacted to the Brexit decision?
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.
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Robert Van Egghen


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