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Have employers put the Brexit effect behind them?

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The Share Radio Evening Show

Have employers put the Brexit effect behind them?
As we approach 6 months since the EU referendum, the jobs market is showing more signs of shaking off the uncertainty of the first part of the year. Last month saw the greatest increase in new permanent jobs since February. The monthly Recruitment and Employers Confederation survey compiled by IHS Markit, also shows the number of temporary and agency staff increase at the fastest rate in 7 months. Simon was joined by Chris Williamson, chief business economist at IHS Markit.
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Chris Williamson


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Will we see house price growth slow noticeably next year?

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Will we see house price growth slow noticeably next year?
The latest Reuters Housing Market Poll was released earlier today and it predicts that annual house price growth for the whole of this year will be 4.7%. It also predicts that house price growth will drop to just 2% next year, with prices falling slightly in London. Simon was joined by Russell Quirk, chief executive of online estate agents Emoov.
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Russell Quirk


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Movies and Money with film critic James Cameron Wilson looking at animation

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Movies and Money with film critic James Cameron Wilson looking at animation
Movies and Money: film critic James Cameron Wilson discusses the history of animated films.
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James Cameron Wilson


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The Bigger Picture with John O'Connell, Chief Executive at Tax Payers Alliance

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

The Bigger Picture with John O'Connell, Chief Executive at Tax Payers Alliance
John O'Connell, Chief Executive at Tax Payers Alliance, joined Simon live in the studio to discuss: -Working for the taxman -Carney's "threat to capitalism" speech -Sugar Tax -Network Rail and the plan to ensure track and train lines come together a bit more
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John O'Connell


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Why has the number of workers living in poverty reached a new high?

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Why has the number of workers living in poverty reached a new high?
The number of workers living in poverty has reached a record high - at more than 7 million people. According to a report commissioned by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the UK's housing crisis is fuelling growing insecurity. 3.8 million workers, or one in eight, are in poverty after an increase since the economy started recovering six years ago and a total of 7.4 million people, including 2.6 million children, are living in poverty despite being part of working households. To discuss the research in more detail, Simon was joined by Kate Bell, head of economics at the TUC.
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Kate Bell


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The fall in immigration of 91,000 is predicted for a 'mid range Brexit', what does this mean?

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

The fall in immigration of 91,000 is predicted for a 'mid range Brexit', what does this mean?
Two issues which dominated the UK's Brexit referendum debate were immigration and the economy. But sharp falls in migration post Brexit could shrink GDP per capita by more than 3 percent. That's according to a report by NIESR fellow Jonathan Portes and NIESR research assistant Giuseppe Forte. The report, titled "The Economic Impact of Brexit-induced Reductions in Migration," found that a fall in total immigration of 91,000, would mean that GDP per capita would be 3.4% lower by 2030 than it would otherwise have been. To find out more about the report, Simon spoke to Jonathan Portes Senior Fellow at NIESR and co-author of the report.
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Jonathan Portes


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UK industrial production had its worst month on month decline since 2012- Scott Bowman UK Economist at Capital Economics

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 UK industrial production had its worst month on month decline since 2012- Scott Bowman UK Economist at Capital Economics
UK industrial production unexpectedly fell in October. That's according to the latest figures from the ONS that show that industrial output was down 1.3% month on month, rather than the 0.2% increase forecast. It was the worst month on month decline since 2012. To find out more about this Simon spoke to Scott Bowman UK Economist at Capital Economics
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Scott Bowman


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Financial journalist and author Rodney Hobson explains identity theft

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The Share Radio Evening Show

Financial journalist and author Rodney Hobson explains identity theft
As part of our series with financial journalist and author Rodney Hobson, we look at identity theft.
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Rodney Hobson


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Banks' failures are leaving people vulnerable to huge financial harm

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Banks' failures are leaving people vulnerable to huge financial harm
Banks' failures are leaving people vulnerable to huge financial harm. This is according to new research from The Money and Mental Health Policy Institute, which found that over 16 million people know someone else's PIN number. Sharing PINs is even more common for carers and a lack of support by the banks leaves them using risky workarounds to help those for whom they care. To find out more, Olivia Demetriades was joined by Helen Undy of the The Money and Mental Health Policy Institute and Leah Milner, a freelance journalist who lives with bipolar.
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Helen Undy, Leah Milner


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What needs to be done by organisations to better protect customers' data and money?

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

What needs to be done by organisations to better protect customers' data and money?
Thousands of National Lottery players had their online accounts hacked by cyber criminals just last week. More than 100,000 people in the UK had their internet access cut after a string of service providers were hit by what is believed to be a coordinated cyber-attack. TalkTalk, one of Britain's biggest service providers, the Post Office and KCom were all affected by malware, which is spread via compromised computers. To find out what needs to be done by organisations to better protect customers' data and money, Olivia Demetriades spoke to Ryan Rubin, a managing director at Protiviti, the business management consultants.
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Ryan Rubin


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