As the European Parliament votes on a new president, with former Silvio Berlusconi spokesperson Antonio Tajani the likely winner, how will the politics in Brussles impact on Brexit negotiations?
Dr Simon Usherwood, senior fellow at research group UK in a Changing Europe, spoke with Ed Bowsher, Share Radio's senior analyst about the election and the parliament's role in Brexit.
Rolls-Royce settles bribery allegations, can Greggs keep whipping up its tasty growth rates and what is Apple doing to its UK app store - all the company news with Dan Thomas, deputy companies editor at the FT and Share Radio's Ed Bowsher.
Theresa May’s finally made it official – the UK won’t seek access to the single market as part of Brexit negotiations. But can her government still get a good deal for UK business?
And as UK inflation jumps from 1.2% to 1.6%, will it be business or consumers who get the better end of the deal?
Simon French, chief economist at Panmure Gordon, joined Share Radio’s Ed Bowsher to talk through this and more.
New research has shown that men are now paying - on average - one hundred pounds MORE than women for their car insurance. That's according to a survey by confused.com, which is compiled and published every quarter and gives a snapshot of what the insurance industry is doing. The index has also shown that premiums across the board have increased as insurance companies become more and more expert at gathering data about our driving habits. Earlier on, Share Radio reporter spoke to Amanda Stretton, former racing driver and now motoring editor about the survey's results in more detail.
Stress- we all suffer from it- but is workplace stress considered a disability, and therefore protected under the Equality Act? The recent case of Herry against Dudley Metropolitan Council reinforces the principle that stress alone is unlikely to constitute a disability, without something more. To unpick it all Georgie Frost was joined by Kevin Charles from Crossland Employment Solicitors.
Financial heavyweights, Lindsay Cook and Vix Leyton join Georgie Frost in the studio. We'll be looking at rising insurance premiums following last year's Autumn Statement's tax hike. What will this mean for motorists and how can you avoid falling victim to extortionate quotes. Plus why pound shops will be receiving the sucker punch award this week and what to do with your unwanted Christmas gifts.
This is Future Tech where we look at the latest innovations and gadgets and discuss all things technology related. With the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month- let's talk about mobile phones. Where is the mobile market moving in 2017? To find out Georgie Frost joined by Ernest Doku, mobiles expert at uSwitch.com.
Higher food and air fares helped to increase December's Consumer Prices Index (CPI), the Office for National Statistics said. Inflation as measured by the Retail Prices Index (RPI) rose to 2.5% in December from 2.2% the previous month. To explain more about what all this means for the pound in your pocket Georgie was joined by our reporter Tom Hill.
One site, Vouchercloud, has even created a Freddo index which show's just how much the price has increased ahead of inflation. The answer according to inflation expert Pete Comley lies in commodity prices.
Now every week, around 100 experts from the UK Money Bloggers community in all, take to the social media site to kick off the week and share experiences, tips and questions on anything money related. Last night they discussed Energy. Joining Georgie Frost in the studio was David Taylor from Thinking Thrifty.
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