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Share Politics: Grammars return, Travel ban 2.0, Obamacare repealed

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The Share Radio Evening Show

Share Politics: Grammars return, Travel ban 2.0, Obamacare repealed
It's time to talk politics. On today's programme: the Lords have voted against a second Brexit referendum; the Government is setting aside money in the Budget for another wave of grammars; Trump unveils a revised version of the travel ban; and Republicans prepare to repeal Obamacare. To tackle all this, Juliette Foster is joined by Adam Bienkov, UK Politics Editor at Business Insider, Rishi Patel of FTI Consulting, and Michael Kruse, Senior Staff Writer at Politico.

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Market Wrap: Just Eat beats profit expectations & Sports Direct faces 40% surge in European costs

Juliette Foster
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Market Wrap: Just Eat beats profit expectations & Sports Direct faces 40% surge in European costs
Share Radio's Juliette Foster brings you Market Wrap, a roundup of what's been happening in the businesses of Britain and the world. To help rattle through the day's events, Juliette was joined by Chris Bailey, founder of Financial Orbit - the investment research consultancy. They discussed: Takeaway website Just Eat beating profit expectations, Sports Direct faces a 40% increase in the cost of supplying goods to European stores, Paddy Power Betfair insists it's seeing the benefits of its merger despite taking a multi-million-pound hit to its profits & much more.
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Chris Bailey


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Solicitor Beverley Sunderland of Crossland Employment Solicitors on dress code discrimination

Juliette Foster
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Share Radio Morning

Solicitor Beverley Sunderland of Crossland Employment Solicitors on dress code discrimination
Do bosses have the right to tell their female workers what they should wear to work? The question rose to prominence in 2015 when receptionist Nicola Thorpe was sent home by her employers and told to change the flat shoes she was wearing for a pair of high heels. The publicity surrounding the case led to an inquiry and a report which concluded that while the law prevents employers from imposing dress codes on their staff, it doesn't do enough to protect employees from discriminatory practices and unsafe working conditions. Well for more analysis Juliette Foster spoke to solicitor Beverley Sunderland of Crossland Employment Solicitors.
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Beverley Sunderland


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James Smith from Nationwide discusses the first week of Fintech fortnight

Juliette Foster
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Share Radio Morning

James Smith from Nationwide discusses the first week of Fintech fortnight
We're in the first week of Fintech Fortnight now, a two week period dedicated to this expanding sector. Already we've seen huge transformations with banking now more likely to be accessed through a phone than waiting for a statement through the post box. So what does the future hold and how do people feel about the pace of change. To discuss just how much Fintech has developed our reporter Tom Hill spoke to James Smith, Mobile and Digital Innovation Director at Nationwide Building Society.
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James Smith


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Josh Lowe, Reporter at Newsweek on the latest political headlines

Juliette Foster
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Share Radio Morning

Josh Lowe, Reporter at Newsweek on the latest political headlines
As it has become the norm, Brexit has dominated the newspaper headlines this morning. Theresa May has checkmated the Commons, but can she do the same to the House of Lords? Brexit Secretary David Davis has said the Lords must "do their patriotic duty". To discuss all this and more, Share Radio Morning's Juliette Foster was joined by Josh Lowe Reporter at Newsweek.
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Josh Lowe


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An Estonian e-residency could help you get around Brexit

Juliette Foster
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Share Radio Morning

An Estonian e-residency could help you get around Brexit
Are you a small business or entrepreneur worried about the future of market access post-Brexit? For 100 euros and 10 minutes of online forms you could secure access to the single market by becoming an Estonian e-resident. The former Soviet state has transformed itself into a high tech centre of innovation and is now offering countries around the world a share in its digital infrastructure. To find out more about how it all works our reporter Tom Hill spoke to E-Residency Managing Director, Kaspar Korjus .
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Tom Hill, Kaspar Korjus


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Russell Quirk from Emoov on The News Review 09/02/17

Juliette Foster
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Share Radio Morning

Russell Quirk from Emoov on The News Review 09/02/17
This morning Share Radio's Juliette Foster was joined in the studio by Russell Quirk, Founder of the online estate agent Emoov and they talked about the latest money stories making the news. They discussed the prediction made by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors that rents will increase by just over 25% in the coming year, and poll conducted for Sky News which shows that two-thirds of people would back an increase in income tax to pay for the NHS. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Russell Quirk


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Share Radio's Nigel Cassidy on the latest market headlines

Juliette Foster
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Share Radio Morning

Share Radio's Nigel Cassidy on the latest market headlines
Joining Juliette Foster to discuss what the main market headlines of the morning are is Share Radio's Nigel Cassidy. A busy morning of Regulatory News Statements. Thomas Cook's revenue grew 1% to £1.6bn in the three months to 31 December while losses narrowed 2% to £49m, shares plummet almost 10%- the firm said that outlook for coming year reflects political turbulence ahead with with people switching out of Turkey for their Summer holidays fearing terror attacks and choosing Greece instead. Plus, Toshiba saw their shares falling 6.7 %, a day after Japanese investment banking Mizuho Securities said it sees “greater risk” of the stock being delisted on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
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Nigel Cassidy


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Michael Holmes, spokesperson at The National Homebuilding & Renovating Show and head of National Custom and Self Build Association and Russell Quirk from emoov.co.uk on the 'broken' housing market

Juliette Foster
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Share Radio Breakfast

Michael Holmes, spokesperson at The National Homebuilding & Renovating Show and head of National Custom and Self Build Association and Russell Quirk from emoov.co.uk on the 'broken' housing market
The government is promising to fix what it calls the "broken" housing market by building thousands of new homes and helping first time buyers. Amongst the many proposals is a three-billion pound fund to get small companies building in England. It's thought that around 60 per cent of new homes are being produced by just 10 larger firms. Share Radio's James Brydges spoke to Michael Holmes, spokesperson at The National Homebuilding & Renovating Show and head of NaCSBA (National Custom and Self Build Association) and Russell Quirk, the founder of the online estate agent emoov.co.uk.
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Michael Holmes, Russell Quirk


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Rolls Royce export deals are being investigated by civil servants

Juliette Foster
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Share Radio Breakfast

Rolls Royce export deals are being investigated by civil servants
Credit guarantees worth millions of pounds given to Rolls-Royce by the government to help it win export deals are being investigated to see whether the engineering giant obtained them fraudulently. Civil servants are examining support given by UK Export Finance to (UKEF) the company to help it land foreign sales, after Rolls last month admitted using bribes to seal overseas contracts. The FTSE 100 engineer agreed to pay a total of £671m to the Serious Fraud Office and regulators in the US and Brazil after it admitted decades of making corrupt payments. Andy Watson is from Transparancy International, and first told Share radio's James Bydges what Rolls Royce had done wrong.

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