Theresa May faced her first Question Time grilling following the Brexit ruling and she confirmed there will be a white paper on negotiation priorities. The move comes despite May's insistence her initial speech was enough. John Ashmore, chief reporter at Politics Home covered this and today's Question Time with Share Radio's Ed Bowsher.
The team with over 26 years of financial journalism under their belt joins us in the studio for their fortnightly catch up. This week editor Moira O'Neil and deputy editor Helen Knapman discuss how to get the most for your depreciating pound when travelling abroad as well as how to ensure you have the best cover when it comes to life insurance.
This week Juliette was joined by consumer writer at Money Saving Expert Megan French. They look at ATMs that usually offer free withdrawals could start to charge a fee and where the best place to hire a car is. Plus we'll have a roundup of the best deals the eagle-eyed team have come across this week.
7 out of 10 drivers are set to be hit by new hikes in road tax coming into effect in April. The changes are aimed at encouraging drivers to switch to zero emission cars. Our reporter Tom Hill spoke to Development Manager at the Institute of the Motor Industry, Tom Denton, to get an explanation of what the changes would mean for Britain's motorists.
Now it's time for a brand new episode of Track Record. This week Sue Dougan sits down with Samantha Dyer - founder of Mumma Love Organics, an award-winning business providing specially formulated organic products for babies.
Juliette was joined in the studio by João Pedro Montes, CEO of Wine with Spirit. Wine is big business with a market worth over $300 billion, but it seems that those who sell the stuff don't understand the data around consumers. João and the team at Wine with Spirit and contradicting that.
Today Juliette Foster was joined by Web Editor Kevin Pratt from MoneySupermarket. On the agenda, they discussed workplace dress codes being more discriminating against women. Plus they look into nation debt ballooning to £1.7trillion. All these stories and more on The News Review.
WH Smith shares were up on a good trading update with sales of funny 'spoof books' helping the stationer.
Shares in Restaurant Group, the company behind chains Frankie and Benny's and Garfunkel's, were down as it reported lower like-for-like sales last year.
Tesco faces new lawsuit from US Investment firm, Manning & Napier, which is suing the supermarket over an earlier accounting irregularities. And miners BHP Billiton and Antofagasta reported on good results today.
Chris Bailey, founder of Financial Orbit, joined Ed Bowsher, Share Radio's senior analyst to discuss these and more.