Another piece of post-Brexit economic data may give us a better scope of how Brexit has affected the UK: Public sector borrowing figures may suggest a deterioration of the Government's finances in the months to come.
Chris Hare, Economist at Investec, joined the Morning Money team to discuss what this new information means.
Once again, it's time for This is Money, in partnership with NS&I. This week, Editor Simon Lambert and Consumer Affairs Editor Lee Boyce from the Financial Website of The Year team up with Financial Broadcaster of the Year Georgie Frost, to boldly proclaim the dust settled on post-Brexit Britain. Well, sort of. With pre-Brexit employment figures, and post-Brexit CPI and RPI all out, a lot of people might be unhappy with the results. Not least as Current Accounts and Annuities are slashed, and pensions deficits and house prices continue to soar. Are we in a bit of a slump, or is this just the landscape now? We'll take you through it all, and also take a look at thousands of electricity customers being over-billed due to an Imperial legacy, and Lee Boyce waxes lyrical on the joys of living at the seaside. This is Money is presented in partnership with NS&I.
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by Rachel Springall from Money-facts.co.uk. Today they discuss the record number of A-level students achieving a university place and the latest government plans to tackle childhood obesity. Plus we take a look at the pounds slump against the Euro as some airports offer as little as 99 cents to the pound. All these stories and more on The News Review,
Ford has announced plans to mass-produce a fully autonomous self-driving car by 2021, which will most likely be available to customers as part of an Uber-like ride-sharing service.
They're not the first company to head down the ride-sharing road. A series of brands have invested in taxi technology companies with the hope of one day going driverless - Toyota and Uber, VW and Gett, and General Motors and Lyft.
So how likely is it that driverless taxis could become reality? Joe Aldridge spoke to David Bailey, Professor of Industry at Aston Business School, to find out.
The must listen, new look edition to our regular show, with added features, bringing our magazine to your ears. On this week's episode writer Tom Wilson and editor Moira O'Neill join Georgie Frost in the studio. They start of looking at pensions. Can people trust themselves with their pension pot or is there too much of a temptation to plunder it early? On the topic of who to trust with your savings they also discuss the use of robot portfolio managers. Plus the latest online scams and how to avoid them.
It's time for our weekly slot with Money Saving Expert. This week Megan French joins Georgie Frost to shed some light on switching bank accounts and shares where to find the cheapest train fares . Plus a roundup of the latest deals from Money Saving Expert.
Students across the country nervously await their A-Level results, and start to look ahead to the big decisions they have to make in the coming months...
New research has revealed what subjects parents are encouraging their children to study and where - but also whether employability is a big factor.
To discuss further, June Hughes, a Registrar at the University of Derby and member of the Association of Heads of University joined the Morning Money team ahead of the A-Level results.
50 million people have watched the Olympic Games on Snapchat since the Opening Ceremony a week and a half ago. At the same time, there have also been rumours that Apple will bring Twitter onto the Apple TV platform allowing users to watch NFL games that the social network will stream.
So are social platforms turning into broadcast vehicles, and why are they taking this route?
That's the question Share Radio's Joe Aldridge put to Oliver Smith, Senior Reporter at The Memo.