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Georgie Frost

How will the new financial year affect you?

Georgie Frost
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How will the new financial year affect you?
Catch up with the latest Twitter chat from the UK Money Blogger community with founder of Be Clever with Your Cash Andy Webb. This week they look at what the changes coming this financial year will mean for the pound in our pockets.
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Andy Webb


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Sue Dougan

Track Record: Jodine Boothby, founder of Gummee Glove, a teething mitten for babies

Sue Dougan
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Track Record: Jodine Boothby, founder of Gummee Glove, a teething mitten for babies
Sue Dougan is joined by Jodine Boothby, the founder of Gummee Glove. Jodine had the bright idea of a teething mitten for babies when her own son was a baby and she couldn't find the very thing she needed in baby shops. She started the company with her last £500, and has built it up into a business supplying baby stores in the UK, Ireland and overseas.
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Jodine Boothby


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Georgie Frost

Money Fight Club: Mortgage rates may be low...but beware those hidden fees

Georgie Frost
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Money Fight Club: Mortgage rates may be low...but beware those hidden fees
The era of super low mortgage rates continues, but what hidden fees do you need to look for? And what happens when you come to the end of your term? Plus...could our bargain hunting be unethical? And amid news of rising premiums, why is one car insurance provider receiving the Golden Gloves this week?
Guests:

Lindsay Cook, Vix Leyton


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Georgie Frost

The New Review: Cadbury's and the National Trust have some eggsplaining to do

Georgie Frost
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The New Review: Cadbury's and the National Trust have some eggsplaining to do
Today on the agenda, Georgie and consumer rights expert Martyn James discussed how millions of customers unable to pay their credit card bills are being exploited by banks. Plus they look into why a row's broken out between the Church of England, Cadbury and the National Trust over the removal of the word "Easter" from an annual egg hunt. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Guest:

Martyn James


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Georgie Frost

'It looks like we're not all going to be enlisting, and going to war,' says Jack Sommers on Gibraltar

Georgie Frost
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'It looks like we're not all going to be enlisting, and going to war,' says Jack Sommers on Gibraltar
The Prime Minister's promising an extra 160 million pounds to help countries look after refugees fleeing Syria. Later, she'll head to Saudi Arabia - and is having to defend the UK's links with a country accused of human rights violations. But to start off, Georgie Frost was joined by Jack Sommers of the Huffington Post to talk more on the Gibraltar Brexit deal.
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Jack Sommers


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Georgie Frost

Topps Tiles says the tougher housing market has made shares fall 6%

Georgie Frost
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Topps Tiles says the tougher housing market has made shares fall 6%
Nigel Cassidy joined Georgie Frost to discuss the main market headlines of the morning, starting with ASOS. Plus we've also heard from Energy consultancy firm Utilitywise. Nigel spoke with the company's CEO this morning, what has it reported? And the housing market is causing problems for Topps Tiles.
Guest:

Nigel Cassidy


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Nigel Cassidy

Why is global IPO activity looking so promising?

Nigel Cassidy
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Why is global IPO activity looking so promising?
Now to IPOs, which according to the latest E-Y Global IPO Trends report, are looking 'robust after promising Q1 results' despite global economic uncertainty, i.e. Brexit. So, what is the reason behind such a positive start to global IPO activity? Martin Steinbach, EY's Global IPO Leader answers.
Guest:

Martin Steinbach


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Nigel Cassidy

The Railway Industry Association urges the Government to consider the future of the industry in Brexit negotiations

Nigel Cassidy
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The Railway Industry Association urges the Government to consider the future of the industry in Brexit negotiations
The Railway Industry Association wants high-level talks with the government over the future of railway supply chain companies in the UK. Rail supply chain companies want to make sure that the industry is represented in the forthcoming Brexit negotiations. James Brydges spoke to Sim Harris, managing editor of Railnews.
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Sim Harris


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Nigel Cassidy

What is going on at Paramount?

Nigel Cassidy
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What is going on at Paramount?
What's going wrong at Paramount? Parent company Viacom has lost patience and changed CEOs after a string of flops led to a $455m loss last year. Brad Grey's been replaced by former 20th Century Fox chief executive Jim Gianopulos. Ben Hur and Zoolander 2 proved unpopular with audiences, and led to unfavourable comparisons with Disney's goldmine franchises like Rogue One and Captain America. James Brydges heard from Richard Broughton, research director at media analysis firm Ampere.
Guest:

Richard Broughton


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Nigel Cassidy

How are online retailers competing with the physical high street?

Nigel Cassidy
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How are online retailers competing with the physical high street?
ASOS, the popular online retailer which offers consumers fast and cheap fashion, released it's latest interim results today. So how is this boom affecting our physical high-streets? And what issues do online retailers face despite their popularity? Joining Nigel Cassidy is Clare Bailey, Retail Expert to discuss further.
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Clare Bailey


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