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Juliette Foster

Rolls Royce export deals are being investigated by civil servants

Juliette Foster
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Share Radio Breakfast

Rolls Royce export deals are being investigated by civil servants
Credit guarantees worth millions of pounds given to Rolls-Royce by the government to help it win export deals are being investigated to see whether the engineering giant obtained them fraudulently. Civil servants are examining support given by UK Export Finance to (UKEF) the company to help it land foreign sales, after Rolls last month admitted using bribes to seal overseas contracts. The FTSE 100 engineer agreed to pay a total of £671m to the Serious Fraud Office and regulators in the US and Brazil after it admitted decades of making corrupt payments. Andy Watson is from Transparancy International, and first told Share radio's James Bydges what Rolls Royce had done wrong.

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Sue Dougan

Stefan Porter, founder of Market Porter discusses his high end food delivery business

Sue Dougan
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Share Radio Morning

Stefan Porter, founder of Market Porter discusses his high end food delivery business
Talking all things entrepreneurial, Sue Dougan was joined in the studio by Stefan Porter founder of Market Porter, a delivery service celebrating the best independent farmers of cheese, chocolate and charcuterie.
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Stefan Porter


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Sue Dougan

Kevin Pratt, web editor at Money Supermarket.com on The News Review 08/02/17

Sue Dougan
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Share Radio Morning

Kevin Pratt, web editor at Money Supermarket.com on The News Review 08/02/17
Sue Dougan was joined by Kevin Pratt, web editor at Money Supermarket.com. Today on the agenda, they discussed Britain's biggest tax bill for 30 years. Plus they look into why people who borrow 100 pounds from a bank could be charged up to 156 pounds more than a payday lender. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Kevin Pratt


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Sue Dougan

Billy Bambrough, Editor of Verdict.co.uk discusses his Brexit vote expectations

Sue Dougan
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Share Radio Morning

Billy Bambrough, Editor of Verdict.co.uk discusses his Brexit vote expectations
The government has won another key vote on the EU in the Commons - but not without a small rebellion. Seven Tories voted with the opposition parties on the call to enshrine MPs' right to an earlier - and significant - vote ahead of Brexit. It followed a verbal concession from ministers that they would get a say. Sue Dougan was joined by Billy Bambrough, Editor of economics and business website Verdict.co.uk to discuss if there are more oppositions ahead.
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Billy Bambrough


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Sue Dougan

Share’s Juliette Foster on the latest market headlines

Sue Dougan
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Share’s Juliette Foster on the latest market headlines
Joining us to discuss what the main market headlines of the morning are is Share Radio's very own Juliette Foster. A busy morning of Regulatory News Statements. Gsk are releasing its 4th quarter update later today so what can we expect? And Rio Tinto and Dunelm also had some numbers out. Juliette told Sue Dougan more about how they were doing.
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Juliette Foster


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Juliette Foster

A British network provider is launching a 10 Gigabit Ethernet service available to businesses

Juliette Foster
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

A British network provider is launching a 10 Gigabit Ethernet service available to businesses
A British network provider is launching a 10 Gigabit Ethernet service available to businesses. Exponential-e says it provide some of the highest network speeds in the world to most businesses across the country. It comes after 75,000 businesses signed a letter of complaint to Parliament about poor network connectivity last year. Share Radio's James Brydges spoke to John Kyrillou, one of the directors of Exponential-e.

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Juliette Foster

Tom Hadley, Director of Policy at the Recruitment & Employment Confederation, discusses their latest report.

Juliette Foster
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

Tom Hadley, Director of Policy at the Recruitment & Employment Confederation, discusses their latest report.
Despite a growing number of vacancies and demand for new workers many bosses are struggling to fill roles due to a lack of available candidates. A new report by Markit and the Recruitment & Employment Confederation, shows that January saw a marked fall in the number of applicants causing major problems for recruiters. To discuss the findings Juliette Foster was joined by Tom Hadley, Director of Policy at the REC.
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Tom Hadley


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Glen Goodman

What's the difference between investment speculation & gambling?

Glen Goodman
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The Share Radio Evening Show

What's the difference between investment speculation & gambling?
Today we're going to look at a new book about the fine art of speculation. What's the difference between investment speculation and gambling? Is there indeed any difference? Stuart Banner, professor of Law at UCLA has been examining this subject by delving back into investing history in his new book "Speculation: A history of the fine line between gambling and investing"
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Stuart Banner


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Glen Goodman

Share Politics: Putting one's housing in order

Glen Goodman
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Share Politics: Putting one's housing in order
There have been more long nights in Westminster as MPs continue to debate the Bill which would let the Prime Minister trigger Britain's exit from the EU. Whilst the Commons gave an initial thumbs up to the Bill last week, this week is the Committee stage, giving opposition a chance to park their tanks on the Government's lawn. A litany of amendments have been proposed by Labour and the SNP and, though most have been shot down, earlier this afternoon the Government promised MPs they'd get a vote on the final deal. Meanwhile, Sajid Javid has described the British housing market as 'broken' as he unveils the Government's housing White Paper. A 3-billion pound fund will be set up to help small firms build 25-thousand new homes in England by 2020. For all this and more, Share Radio's Glen Goodman was joined by Laura Sainsbury of FTI Consulting, Lord John Shipley, the Liberal Democrat's Shadow Housing Minister, and Adam Bienkov, UK Political Editor at BusinessInsider.

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Glen Goodman

Market Wrap: A mixed currency bag, oil price boosts BP, & Aldi one-ups Co-op

Glen Goodman
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The Share Radio Evening Show

Market Wrap: A mixed currency bag, oil price boosts BP, & Aldi one-ups Co-op
Share Radio's Glen Goodman brings you Market Wrap, a roundup of what's been happening in the businesses of Britain and the world. To help put the day's events in context, Glen was joined by Chris Bailey, founder of the investment research and consultancy service, Financial Orbit. On today's show: It's been a mixed day on the currency markets, higher oil prices and cost-cutting measures have resulted in BP doubling its profits in the last three months of last year, and Aldi has overtaken the Co-operative as Britain's fifth biggest supermarket.

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