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Gross mortgage lending in October remained steady, at an estimated £20.6bn.

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The Share Radio Evening Show

Gross mortgage lending in October remained steady, at an estimated £20.6bn.
Gross mortgage lending in October remained steady, at an estimated £20.6bn. This is according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders. The figures represent a fall of £1.2bn compared with October last year, however it closely matches September's total of £20.5bn. To discuss the figures in more detail, Simon was joined by Bernard Clarke of the CML.

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UK Retail sales rose at their fastest annual rate in 14 years last month

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

UK Retail sales rose at their fastest annual rate in 14 years last month
UK Retail sales rose at their fastest annual rate in 14 years last month. This is according to the Office for National Statistics, which found that they were boosted by the cold weather and Halloween. Volumes for the month rose 7.4% from last October. Simon spoke to Samuel Tombs at Pantheon Macroeconomics to discuss the figures in more detail.

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Ian Dunt on his book ' Brexit: What The Hell Happens Now?'

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The Share Radio Evening Show

Ian Dunt on his book ' Brexit: What The Hell Happens Now?'
Editor of http://Politics.co.uk . Political editor of The Erotic Review. Author of Brexit: What The Hell Happens Now?

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The Federation of Small Businesses policy interventions are failing and that in the last five years the rate of late payments for small businesses has risen.

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The Share Radio Travel Guide

The Federation of Small Businesses policy interventions are failing and that in the last five years the rate of late payments for small businesses has risen.
Today The Federation of Small Businesses has published a comprehensive report looking at the way small firms and the wider economy are affected by poor payment practice. The report entitled 'Time to Act: The economic impact of poor payment practice' found that policy interventions are failing and that in the last five years the rate of late payments for small businesses has risen. To find out more Simon Rose was joined by Craig Beaumont spokesperson from the FSB.

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What makes a good leader? Sue Coyne author of a book entitled 'Stop Doing Start Leading'

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The Share Radio Evening Show

 What makes a good leader? Sue Coyne author of a book entitled 'Stop Doing Start Leading'
What makes a good leader? Is it working as hard as possible at the expense of family life and health? Sue Coyne believes that it's the opposite- that the world's best leaders do LESS and not more. Sue is the author of a book entitled 'Stop Doing Start Leading' - to find out more Olivia Demetriades spoke to Sue and started by asking her what inspired her to write the book.

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2/3 of professional women go into lower-skilled or lower-paid role, when they return to work after a career break- according to PwC

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2/3 of professional women go into lower-skilled or lower-paid role, when they return to work after a career break- according to PwC
Two-thirds of professional women go into lower-skilled or lower-paid roles, or work fewer hours than they prefer, when they return to work after a career break. That's according to research published by PwC, in conjunction with Women Returners and 30% Club. To find out more about this I'm now joined by Jing Teow, the author of the report and senior economist at PwC

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Britain ranks among the worst performers in the developed world for spending on new technology, industrial machinery and transport equipment.

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Britain ranks among the worst performers in the developed world for spending on new technology, industrial machinery and transport equipment.
Britain ranks among the worst performers in the developed world for spending on new technology, industrial machinery and transport equipment. This is according to a study by the TUC on investment spending in the public and private sectors. The UK performed last out of the 34 members of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation & Development for spending on transport equipment. We also rank 20th out of 21 countries for which data is available in spending on IT systems and 23rd out of 27 countries for investment in other types of machinery.

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UK unemployment is at an 11-year low

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The Share Radio Evening Show

UK unemployment is at an 11-year low
UK unemployment is at an 11-year low. In the first jobs figures entirely from the post-Brexit period, the Office for National Statistics reported that unemployment fell by 37,000, to 1.6 million, in the three months to September. The jobless rate fell to 4.8% in the period, while the number of people in work went up by 49,000. To discuss the figures in more detail, Simon spoke to John Hawksworth, chief economist at PwC.

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Our series looking at the most common scams and how to spot them, this week it's in your face scams

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Our series looking at the most common scams and how to spot them, this week it's in your face scams
As part of our series looking at the most common scams and how to spot them, Simon speaks to Financial Journalist and Author Rodney Hobson about in your face scams.

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Dame Esther Rantzen & Tony Neate, the CEO of Get Safe Online explains

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Dame Esther Rantzen & Tony Neate, the CEO of Get Safe Online explains
What would you do if you found yourself on the receiving end of a scam call? Well, you're not alone if you wouldn't know what to do - in fact, one in five of us have no idea. More startlingly, according to Get Safe Online, almost half of us wouldn't be able to spot a scam at all. As a nation, we pride ourselves on our good manners and chivalry, but are we too polite for our own good? Gregor Watt was joined by Dame Esther Rantzen & Tony Neate, the CEO of Get Safe Online.

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