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Ed Bowsher

'Delaying the Scottish referendum is not in UK's interest', says Prof John Curtice

Ed Bowsher
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Share Radio Afternoon

'Delaying the Scottish referendum is not in UK's interest', says Prof John Curtice
Nicola Sturgeon's plan for a second Scottish independence referendum for 2018 was rejected by Theresa May who said "now is not the time". To find out whether the Scottish will vote for independence, Share Radio's Alexi Phillips spoke with Professor John Curtice from the University of Strathclyde.
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John Curtice


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Ed Bowsher

Trump administration 'has cornered itself'

Ed Bowsher
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Share Radio Afternoon

Trump administration 'has cornered itself'
GCHQ has strongly dismissed claims from the Trump administration that President Obama used British spies to "wiretap" Donald Trump during the last election. Scott Lucas, Professor of American studies at the University of Birmingham and Founder of the EA Worldview blog joined us to discuss.
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Prof Scott Lucas


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Ed Bowsher

Will Osborne use the Evening Standard to attack Theresa May?

Ed Bowsher
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Share Radio Afternoon

Will Osborne use the Evening Standard to attack Theresa May?
Former Chancellor George Osborne has just been appointed as the new Editor of the Evening Standard. Osborne is expected to take up his role in May while still remaining the MP for Tatton. Plus, Nicola Sturgeon said May's rejection of a second Scottish referendum is 'completely outrageous and unacceptable'. Asa Bennett, Assistant Comment Editor at the Telegraph, joined us to discuss the latest political news.
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Asa Bennett


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Ed Bowsher

Will there be a George Osborne 'bump' for the Evening Standard?

Ed Bowsher
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Share Radio Afternoon

Will there be a George Osborne 'bump' for the Evening Standard?
George Osborne has been appointed as Editor of the London Evening Standard - and says he plans to retain his seat in Tatton. But will he be able to do the job with little journalistic experience? Ian Murray, ex-president of the Society of Editors and former Editor in Chief of the Southern Daily Echo, gave us his take.
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Ian Murray


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Georgie Frost

Why does the Berkeley Group think the worst falls in the UK housing market are over?

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Why does the Berkeley Group think the worst falls in the UK housing market are over?
Joining Georgie Frost to discuss the latest market headlines was Share Radio's very own Nigel Cassidy, starting with the possible takeover of Panmure Gordon, one of the City's oldest stockbrokers, by former Barclays boss Bob Diamond. Plus, how housebuilder the Berkeley Group hit its profit target despite Brexit fears.
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Nigel Cassidy


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Nigel Cassidy

Ofcom to investigate Sky and 21st Century Fox merger

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

Ofcom to investigate Sky and 21st Century Fox merger
Culture secretary Karen Bradley's referred the Fox/ Sky bid to Ofcom and the Competition and Markets Authority. 21st Century Fox is offering £11.7bn for the 61% stake in Sky it does not already own. The company said it was "confident" the takeover would be approved. Critics of the merger fear it will mean Rupert Murdoch has too much control of the UK media. So can the takeover succeed after failing in 2011? James Brydges recaps the issues the regulators will be looking into.
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James Brydges


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Nigel Cassidy

Merkel v Trump – can they establish a strong working relationship?

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

Merkel v Trump – can they establish a strong working relationship?
The German Chancellor Angela Merkel is meeting US President Donald Trump for the first time. So, can they establish a solid working relationship? Last year, Trump accused Merkel of 'going off the reservation' during the refugee crisis and characterised her policies as a 'total disgrace'. However, this could be water under the bridge as it will be strictly business for Merkel who is expected to raise issues including the Nato contributions, the fight against ISIS, and trade. Graham Lanktree, Foreign Reporter with the International Business Times, joined Share Radio Breakfast to look ahead to the meeting.
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Howard Wheeldon, Graham Lanktree


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Nigel Cassidy

Long-term business investment set to shrink on the back of Brexit uncertainty

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

Long-term business investment set to shrink on the back of Brexit uncertainty
Research released by the ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales) suggests that long-term business investment is set to shrink on the back of Brexit uncertainty. The long wait to see Theresa May trigger Article 50 and start Brexit negotiations has created much uncertainty among businesses, meaning they've put on the brakes when it comes to investment. Simon Thompson, ICAEW Business and Economic Spokesperson, joined Nigel Cassidy on Share Radio Breakfast to discuss the key points from the forecast.
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Simon Thompson, Howard Wheeldon


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Nigel Cassidy

A mixed week for the job market – Becky Barr of Adzuna assesses the mood of the market

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

A mixed week for the job market – Becky Barr of Adzuna assesses the mood of the market
It’s been a mixed week for the job market. The surveyor’s organisation, RICS, bemoaned the potential loss of 200,000 essential EU workers in the construction industry if Brexit bites. And on Thursday, Morgan Mckinley's London employment monitor picked up a fall in the number of jobs on offer, blaming Brexit uncertainty. To assess the mood of the market, Becky Barr of Adzuna, joined Nigel Cassidy on Share Radio Breakfast.
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Becky Barr, Howard Wheeldon


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Simon Rose

Share Politics: Tories thrown under the battle bus

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Share Politics: Tories thrown under the battle bus
It's time to talk politics: Today: the Dutch have crushed the hopes of Europe's next top populist; Trump's unveiled his first budget as his revised travel ban gets into trouble; and the Conservatives have been fined a record £70,000 for campaign spending failures.

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