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Independent personal finance expert, Simon Read, on the News Review 04/11/16

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Consumer News Review

Independent personal finance expert, Simon Read, on the News Review 04/11/16
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by Independent personal finance expert, Simon Read. Today they discuss the big story of the day, a UK High Court ruled that the government does not have the power to trigger the Article 50 process without a parliamentary vote. Eslewhere, it's good news for the economy as interest rates have been kept on hold because the economy's doing better than expected. But, nearly a quarter of under-40s don't save into a pension due to debts. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Simon Read


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Personal financial expert Terri Harman on the News Review 21/07/16

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Personal financial expert Terri Harman on the News Review 21/07/16
Time once again for the Consuming Issues news review, with Georgie Frost and is joined by personal financial expert Terri Harman. And today, they look at the Supreme Court's decision that it is OK to tell a "collateral" lie on an insurance claim. And, BT's broadband service suffered a major outage. Plus, we take a look at the mortgage price war. All this and more, on Consuming Issues, every day from 9am to Midday, right here on Share Radio.
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Terri Harman


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CONSUMING ISSUES: The team from MoneyWise joins us to talk about HMRC, property guardians, mobile phone features and social media

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CONSUMING ISSUES: The team from MoneyWise joins us to talk about HMRC, property guardians, mobile phone features and social media
Call-handling delays by HM Revenue and Customs have cost personal taxpayers £97million in the last year. The government's spending watchdog says staff cuts resulted in poor customer service. Tom Wilson and Helen Knapman from Moneywise have been looking at what has been going wrong. Plus, are property guardians the answer to the housing crisis? And, have new data roaming rates lowered bills.
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Tom Wilson, Helen Knapman


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