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Juliette Foster

The leaning tower of Paschi: Italian No vote heightens bailout fears

Juliette Foster
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Share Radio Afternoon

The leaning tower of Paschi: Italian No vote heightens bailout fears
Fears are mounting that Italian bank Monte dei Paschi's €5bn bank recapitalisation plan has been jeopardised by the political upheaval following Matteo Renzi's resignation as Prime Minister. Bankers have said that if this private sector solution does fail, the world's oldest bank may require a state bailout. Share Radio's Juliette Foster is joined by Ferdinando Giugliano, Economics Commentator at la Repubblica based in Rome. Themes include the likelihood that a state bailout will occur, and the consequences of such a bailout.

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Juliette Foster

Ceci n'est pas une Brexit - with John Barrass

Juliette Foster
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Share Radio Afternoon

Ceci n'est pas une Brexit - with John Barrass
It's day 2 of the Supreme Court hearing on Prime Minister Theresa May's bid to take Britain out of the European Union without a parliamentary vote. While the lawyers slug it out, Chancellor Philip Hammond says the government hasn't dismissed the idea of Britain paying into the EU budget even after leaving the bloc. He claims it's the only way that British companies will be able to access Europe's single market in a post-Brexit world. However Michel Barnier, Europe's Chief Negotiator, says countries outside the bloc can never have the same rights and benefits as those within. So the message to Mr Hammond: "Collez-le dans votre pipe et fumez la" - which in English means "Stick it in your pipe and smoke it!" For more analysis Share Radio's Juliette Foster was joined in the studio by John Barrass, the non smoking Deputy Chief Executive of the Wealth Management Association.

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Simon Rose

The financial Services sector made its highest recorded tax contribution in the year to 31 March 2016- PwC

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

 The financial Services sector made its highest recorded tax contribution in the year to 31 March 2016- PwC
The financial Services sector made its highest recorded tax contribution in the year to 31 March 2016. The figure of £71.4 billion is an increase of 7.4% on the previous year. To find out more about this Simon Rose was joined by Andrew Packman tax partner from PwC.
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Andrew Packman


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Georgie Frost

Money Fight Club: Squaring up to the festive season's rip-offs

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Money Fight Club: Squaring up to the festive season's rip-offs
Financial heavyweight, Lindsay Cook is here, slugging away for that pound in your pocket. This week we'll be taking on the energy firms hiding their cheapest tariffs from customers. As Christmas shopping continues apace we debate whether store cards are really worth it and delivering the sucker punch to the rip offs. Plus continuing the festive theme we look at the demise of the Christmas card in modern manners.
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Lindsay Cook


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Georgie Frost

Ludovic Huraux, CEO of Shapr explains his new Tinder-like app for businesses

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Ludovic Huraux, CEO of Shapr explains his new Tinder-like app for businesses
Shapr allows its users to make new business connections and network by offering up relevant potential contacts in a Tinder-like format. Georgie Frost spoke on the line to Shapr's CEO Ludovic Huraux to discuss his app.
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Ludovic Huraux


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Georgie Frost

Jonathan Chippindale, CEO at Holition talks about the need for traditional bricks-and-mortar high street shops

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Jonathan Chippindale, CEO at Holition talks about the need for traditional bricks-and-mortar high street shops
Could high street shops we obsolete by 2050? With more of us going online - is there a need any more for traditional bricks and mortar? Georgie Frost was joined in the studio with Jonathan Chippindale, CEO at Holition to discuss the possibility of our high street disappearing.
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Jonathan Chippindale


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Georgie Frost

Lynn James AKA ' Mrs Mummypenny' discusses Christmas budgeting

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Lynn James AKA ' Mrs Mummypenny' discusses Christmas budgeting
This week as Christmas celebrations get going - things can get pretty expensive what with office parties and drinks, dinners out and that's before you include presents and other festive spending. Georgie Frost spoke to blogger Lynn James on how we can keep to a budget, avoid the curse of contactless payments, and find ways to keep things cheap.
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Lynn James


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Sarah Lowther

Could there be a Tory rebellion over the Government & its Brexit plans?

Sarah Lowther
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Share Radio Breakfast

Could there be a Tory rebellion over the Government & its Brexit plans?
As the legal battle over the process of leaving the EU enters its second day at the Supreme Court, the Prime Minister's reportedly facing a Conservative rebellion. It's claimed more than 20 of the party's MPs could back a Labour motion demanding the Government reveals its plan for Brexit. To discuss this and more, Jack Sommers of the Huffington Post joined Share Radio Breakfast.
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Chris Bailey, Jack Sommers


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Sarah Lowther

“Fraud protection needs to be improved – it needs to be real-time” – Tech Consultant Chris Green

Sarah Lowther
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Share Radio Breakfast

“Fraud protection needs to be improved – it needs to be real-time” – Tech Consultant Chris Green
A new report claims it’s “frighteningly easy" for cybercriminals to get security details for a Visa debit or credit card. According to research published by Newcastle University, fraudsters used a form of "guesswork", called a Distributed Guessing Attack, to work out expiry dates and security code numbers by making multiple invalid attempts. Share Radio’s Matt Cox spoke to tech consultant Chris Green to understand the research better.
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Matt Cox, Chris Green


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Sarah Lowther

What were the main findings on the first day of the Brexit Supreme Court case?

Sarah Lowther
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Share Radio Breakfast

What were the main findings on the first day of the Brexit Supreme Court case?
One of the most important constitutional cases in British legal history will sit for its second day. The Supreme Court is hearing an appeal from the Government to overturn a High Court ruling that said the prime minister could not use the royal prerogative to trigger Article 50 and begin the formal Brexit process. But what were the main findings from the first day? Deok Joo Rhee is a barrister at 39 Essex Chambers, and she joined Share Radio to offer her views.
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Chris Bailey, Deok Joo Rhee


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