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Consumers make over 70 million bank transfers a month, but scam victims have no legal right to get their money back

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Consumers make over 70 million bank transfers a month, but scam victims have no legal right to get their money back
In just two weeks, more than 650 people reported losing over £5.5m to bank transfer scams. Which? is submitting this information to the Payment Systems Regulator as evidence in its super-complaint into bank transfer fraud. UK consumers now make over 70 million bank transfers a month, but victims conned into transferring money by bank transfer to a scammer currently have no legal right to get their money back from their bank. Olivia Demetriades spoke to Pete Moorey, Head of Campaigns at Which?.
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Pete Moorey


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Simon Rose

What's the future of cyber crime?

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

What's the future of cyber crime?
Data breaches and malware infections are still occurring at unprecedented rates, despite corporations spending millions on security products and services to ward off cyber criminals. To discuss the future of cyber crime, Gregor Watt spoke to Dr Giovanni Vigna, the co-founder of Lastline and a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of California.
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Dr Giovanni Vigna


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Simon Rose

The Conservatives leaked Brexit plan is apparently to have their cake and eat it

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

The Conservatives leaked Brexit plan is apparently to have their cake and eat it
The Bigger Picture with Simon Rose and Rishi Patel, a Public Affairs Consultant at FTI Consulting. They discussed: whether the Conservatives leaked Brexit plan is to “have cake and eat it”, Theresa May’s plans to address excessive executive pay, UKIP leadership and The Snoopers Charter.
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Rishi Patel


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Simon Rose

Latest AIM news with Simon Johnson Head of Corporate Broking at finnCap

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Latest AIM news with Simon Johnson Head of Corporate Broking at finnCap
Simon Johnson Head of Corporate Broking at finnCap joins Simon Rose for a roundup of some of the biggest news coming out of the junior stock market this week: TrakM8, CityFibre, Patisserie Holdings
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Simon Johnson


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Simon Rose

The AIM Show- David Massey

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

The AIM Show- David Massey
But first- regular listeners of the Evening Show will recognise the name Wey Education- we talked to them on the AIM Show earlier this year. Wey Education - the UK's only online independent secondary school teaching GCSE and A Levels - has seen a 50% rise in the number of students in the last school year. That means revenue rose by 38% to £1.5 million pounds compared to £1.1m in the previous period. James Brydges spoke to Wey Education's CEO David Massey James started by asking David how Wey Education differs from traditional schools
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David Massey


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Simon Rose

Advertised job vacancies increased to over 1.1m last month, demonstrating the resilience of the jobs market.

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

 Advertised job vacancies increased to over 1.1m last month, demonstrating the resilience of the jobs market.
Advertised job vacancies increased to over 1.1m last month, demonstrating the resilience of the jobs market. However, pay has slumped in some sectors according to the latest UK Job Market Report from Adzuna. The jobsite recorded a 2.6% rise in vacancies in October compared to September, while average salaries in retail and consultancy firms fell by around 9% compared with the same time last year. To discuss the findings in more detail, Olivia Demetriades was joined by Becky Harkins, author of Adzuna's monthly jobs report.
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Becky Harkins


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Simon Rose

BT has been told it must be partially broken up - because it's not doing enough to meet competition rules.

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

BT has been told it must be partially broken up - because it's not doing enough to meet competition rules.
Ofcom, the telecoms regulator, has ordered BT to split from its subsidiary Openreach. Openreach is the part of the business which runs the physical cables and phone lines which most broadband and phone companies use to connect with with customers. It has been the source of a great deal of criticism of BT, with rival telecoms companies accusing it of underinvesting and prioritising BT customers at their expense. Ofcom has suggested Openreach is split off from its parent, with a separate board and control of its own branding and budget. Simon spoke to David Millett, of independent telecoms brokerage Equinox.
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David Millett


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Simon Rose

Gadgets and Gizmos - Episode 91

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Gadgets and Gizmos - Episode 91
Gadgets and Gizmos with Share Radio's technology editor Steve Caplin.
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Steve Caplin


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Simon Rose

Doctor Steve Keen, professor of economics, at Kingston University on Italy’s referendum, membership in the EU, the pressure it’s putting on Italian banks. And France’s looming presidential elections.

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Travel Guide

 Doctor Steve Keen, professor of economics, at Kingston University on Italy’s referendum, membership in the EU, the pressure it’s putting on Italian banks. And France’s looming presidential elections.
Doctor Steve Keen, professor of economics, at Kingston University on Italy’s referendum, membership in the EU, the pressure it’s putting on Italian banks. And France’s looming presidential elections.
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Steve Keen


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Last week we had Philip Hammond's first - and, as it turns out, last Autumn Statement - but what did it mean for pensions? - Kate Smith, head of Pensions at Aegon

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Last week we had Philip Hammond's first - and, as it turns out, last Autumn Statement - but what did it mean for pensions? - Kate Smith, head of Pensions at Aegon
Last week we had Philip Hammond's first - and, as it turns out, last Autumn Statement - but what did it mean for pensions? Compared to other areas the chancellor did not make many changes to the pensions system. To find out more about this Greg Watt spoke to Kate Smith, head of Pensions at Aegon

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