Welcome to the This is Money Show on Share Radio. The UK parties are now getting into full election mode and already we’ve seen a range of policy suggestions, debates and u-turns appearing. From energy price caps to scrapping death duty hikes we’ll but looking at what all these could mean for the finances of voters. Also weighing in on the French election and GDP Georgie Frost is joined by Editor Simon Lambert and Personal Finance Editor Rachel Rickard Straus. Plus it’s your final week to spend the old paper five pound note.
With the clock ticking on Britain's two year negotiation period the Brexit debate is proving far from over. So what could the outcome mean for Britain's rural economy? In this special report Share Radio's Tom Hill looks at the hopes and fears of the country's farming and fishing industries.
Are you among the 25% of homeworkers who say they've had issues with their broadband or mobile signal, preventing them from sending important files or - in some cases - losing new business. That's according to the price comparison website Uswitch. Share Radio reporter Sara Macham spoke to Ewan Taylor-Gibson, braodband expert at USwitch.
The future of house hunting could come to involve technologies such as artificial intelligence and VR, according to research by industry reviewers Feefo. So what role will technology come to play for estate agents? To find out Share Radio's Tom Hill spoke to Head of Property Ben Marley.
According to a new report by tech giant Verizon, cyberespionage is now the most common type of attack seen in manufacturing, the public sector and education. The 2017 Data Breach Investigations Report also reveals that Ransomware attacks have doubled since the same report last year.
The government has rejected calls to ban employers from forcing women to wear high heels, arguing that existing laws against sex discrimination already outlaw such dress codes. So what can employees do if they're faced with sexist dress codes?
Today on the agenda, Georgie Frost and Russell Quirk. Founder and CEO at Emoov discussed how Jeremy Corbyn's claiming the Conservatives 'will never fix the housing crisis' but his party will, if it wins the general election. Plus they look into Theresa May is seriously considering replacing the 'triple lock', and spending some of the money saved on social care. All these stories and more on The News Review.
We've had the last PMQ's before the general election. And away from the general election, Theresa May has met the EU's chief negotiator for talks. Zac Goldsmith has been selected as the Conservative candidate for Richmond Park. He was the area's MP from 2010 until December last year when he lost to Lib Dem Sarah Olney after a massive swing in a by-election.