Qatar will invest £5 billion in the UK over the next five years, investors said at conference today - is this a vote of confidence in post-Brexit UK? Plus UK airlines will face severe restrictions if a hard Brexit goes ahead, with warnings coming from the European Commission. Rachel Winter, senior investment manager at Killik & Co, joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher to discuss the day's major economic stories.
Tesco's been warned against its deal with wholesaler Booker, with two of its biggest shareholders saying the £3.7 billion price tag is too steep. Plus newly-merged bookmaker Ladbrokes Coral sees £200 million loss on merger costs. Daniel Thomas, deputy companies editor at the FT, joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher.
Social media firms will be summoned before the Home Secretary on Thursday after it emerged the Khalid Masood sent an encrypted message via Whatsapp minutes before the Westminster attack. Amber Rudd claims efforts by firms to curb extremist content online have been inadequate. But what issues would be raised if tech firms were to open up their platforms? To find out Georgie Frost was joined by Ed Johnson-Williams, a campaigner for The Open Rights Group - which campaigns for internet privacy.
Forget BACS and online banking - the future of paying and transferring money could be as simple as texting. That's the vision of social payment apps, such as Circle, which aim to provide a fast and easy way to move money around. So what exactly are social payments? That's the question Share Radio's Tom Hill put to CEO of Circle Marieke Flament.
Financial heavyweights Lindsay Cook and Vix Leyton join Georgie in the studio for the latest edition of Money Fight Club. They look down the back of the sofa for any forgotten bank accounts, explore your rights if you've been left out of a will and reveal who gets the Sucker Punch award this week.
Every week we hear from the UK money blogger community for their weekly take on the top financial issues. But who are the people behind the Twitter Handles? Share Radio's Sara Macham has been speaking to Deborah Sawyerrs, who runs the blog Sawyerrs' House.
Every week, around 100 experts in all, take to the social media site to kick off the week and share experiences, tips and questions on anything money related. This week they discussed young people and money. To find out what they covered Georgie Frost was joined in the studio by Kalpana Fitzpatrick - whose site is: http://www.mummymoneymatters.com/.
That's Company Casebook with Linda Lewis where we’re finding out all about the business of exhibition management, talking to the firm behind the Master Investor show - held last Saturday at the Business Design Centre in Islington - and featuring the likes of investment gurus Jim Mellon and one-time UKP donor Arron Banks on stage. With over 4,000 private investors attending and over 100 exhibitors taking part to showcase their investment offerings, we'll be hearing from the organisers as to why they believe putting on investor shows is a growth area. And why people should get investing themselves to beat the banks' low interest rates.
Georgie Frost was joined by Sara Benwell, Consumer Editor at Good Housekeeping this morning. Today on the agenda, they discussed how uSwitch has been defending its service after reports it wasn't showing customers the best available deals. Plus they look into the new 12-sided one pound coin entering circulation today. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Georgie Frost was joined by Jack Sommers of the Huffington Post to look at some of the biggest political stories of the day. Theresa May has held talks with Scotland's First Minister as she prepares to formally trigger the Brexit process. The Prime Minister and Nicola Sturgeon met at a hotel in Glasgow for around an hour, where they also discussed the prospect of a second independence referendum. What came out of the meeting? The Scottish Parliament is expected to pass a vote in favour of seeking another independence referendum later.