This week financial journalists Lindsay Cook and Anne Caborn take on the established banks, the dinosaurs of British finance... Will it be the Golden Gloves, or the Sucker Punch, for one of Britain's leading travel companies? And finally, a perennial pet peeve of Brits in the States – Tipping
Georgie Frost is joined by Sarah Benwell, digital editor of Pensions Insight. Today they discuss the latest inflation figures and their impacts on rail fares. They also take a look at the latest blow to savers as Lloyds join Santander in cutting interest rates. Plus the pay structures of Sports Direct and Deliveroo under scrutiny. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Georgie Frost is joined by independent financial analyst Martyn James. Today they discuss the latest employment figures and new legislation aimed at cracking down on corporate tax avoidance. Plus the latest survey into student spending. All these stories and more on The News Review.
For fans of Rock and Roll, August 16th marks a significant day. On this day in 1977 the world learned of the news that Elvis Presley had died.
Despite his passing, his music career hasn't ground to a halt. According to Forbes, the Presley estate earned an estimated $55million in 2015.
So just how successful has his posthumous career been? Joe Aldridge investigates.
The National Farmers' Union is launching a post-Brexit options paper for its members on what trade deal they would like with the European Union and the rest of the world.
Over 34,000 non-UK born workers were employed on UK farms in 2014, and a key area now being discussed is the importance of free movement of labour for the farming industry.
So just how vital an issue is this? Joe Aldridge has been speaking to the NFU's Vice President Guy Smith to find out.
Georgie Frost is joined by Hannah Maundrell, editor in chief at Money.co.uk. Today they discuss new orders for customers to be refunded for mistakes in gas meter readings as well as the launch of the government's new life time ISA. With 90% of adults across the country now shopping online they also look at the issues around the growing amount of shopping going missing each year. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Recent research reveals that a normal British household spends 264 hours a year doing washing. So what's the alternative? Zipjet hopes that you would want to pay someone else to do it.
The startup is thinking big: It's announced a 3-month pilot partnership with Persil (Unilever) picking up, washing, and delivering clothes back to customers.
Co-founder of Zipjet, Lorenzo Franzi, joined the team to discuss the plan...