Michel Barnier, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, spoke to the European Parliament today and said UK must focus on divorce deal before trade talks can begin. For more on this along with the rest of the day's news Ed spoke with Ben Kumar, Investment Manager at 7 Investment Management.
Shares in Bovis Homes are up today after the house-builder rejected a bid from Galliford.
Ed asked Chris Bailey, Founder of Financial Orbit, about this story along with the rest of the day's company news.
Georgie and the Moneywise team look at how to avoid getting trapped on an expensive mortgage tariff and run through the UK's worst paying savings accounts. Plus we get the results of the Moneywise Easter taste test.
The UK's social care system is at breaking point, and for those delivering care to loved ones, the emotional impact is huge. To find out more about the emotional toll of being a carer, Georgie spoke to Adam Pike, CEO and co-founder of SuperCarers.
Share Radio's Tom Hill meets Ricky Kothari, a former management consultant who created T-Sticks. The one serving packaging sticks double as stirrers as well as tea bags and have been sold around the world, even being sampled by former Prime Minister David Cameron.
Share Radio's Sara Macham meets Deepak Ohri who's won eight entrepreneur and innovation awards since setting up his hotel group, lebua, in 2003. The company has grown from one restaurant in Bangkok to seven hotels and lodges in India, New Zealand and Thailand and is now expanding into Europe.
Today on the agenda, Georgie and David Braithwaite from Citrus Financial discussed how drivers of up to 10 million older diesels facing fees of up to £20 per day to drive into urban areas. Plus they look into the UK's most popular takeaway: Chinese, followed by Indian and then fish and chips. All these stories and more on The News Review.
In a lookthrough of the latest political headlines, Billy Bambrough, Editor of Verdict.co.uk discussed Boris Johnson saying evidence suggests the Syrian government was responsible for a deadly gas attack on its own people. Plus US President Donald Trump is to meet China's President Xi Jinping this week in a "crunch" trade summit. And the Labour party has been accused of being "too lenient" over a decision to extend the suspension of Ken Livingstone.
Nigel Cassidy joined Georgie Frost to discuss the main market headlines of the morning, and it's all about the housebuilders: We've heard from Bovis, Galliford Try, McCarthy & Stone and Telford. What have they said?