This week financial journalists Lindsay Cook and James walker enter the ring to fight for your rights in the financial world. We take a look at cold weather contracts - they are battling for your rights when it come to boiler breakdowns. Also on the agenda, are Black box insurance boxes the right way to go and ask if couples should have joint bank accounts?
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by independent financial journalist Martyn Jame. Today they discuss the controversial decision which MPs voted on regarding approving Heathrow's third runway. Also on the agenda, high profile cyber-attacks are showing Brits the importance of security. Elsewhere, Britain's retail chains are closing 15 stores a day, while marmite is helping Tesco as sales soared by 61%. All this plus more on the News Review.
The Government have decided to expand Heathrow airport and build a third runway. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling says a new runway at Heathrow is a clear signal the UK is open for business following the Brexit vote. But what does the public think about this decision. We have live reaction from John Stewart of HACAN - the protest group, plus Julian Bray, an Aviation Expert and Matthew Jaffa from the Federation of Small Businesses.
Australia's Minister for Trade, Tourism & Investment, the Hon Steven Ciobo MP, joined Share Radio Morning Money to invite young Brits to turn their desire to work overseas into a reality. Half of young Brits are considering a temporary move abroad post-Brexit. In a new survey, 18-24 year olds don't think Brexit will have a positive impact on the UK, and Australia is where those surveyed would most like to work.
Post-Brexit infrastructure will be one of the discussion points at today's Westminster Energy, Environment and Transport Forum, where delegates will be debating the next steps for major infrastructure projects in the UK, such as Hinkley and HS2. So is Brexit a threat, or will these projects go ahead as smoothly as possible? Matt Cox spoke to Richard Threlfall, Partner and Head of Infrastructure Building & Construction at KPMG, to find out.
European trade policy has been thrown into disarray after Belgium’s government said it could not overcome regional objections to an EU-Canada trade deal, despite weeks of talks to rescue the agreement. The so-called CETA pact is on the brink of collapse, and for more Jeremy Cook, Chief Economist at World First, joined Share Radio Morning to explain further.
Aerospace industry analyst Howard Wheeledon, of Wheeldon Strategic, joined Share Radio Morning Money to look ahead to the airport expansion decision, which is due out later. But is it the end of the line, or will this debate rumble on for years to come?
Airbnb, which enables people to list or rent short-term lodging in residential properties, is under fire from regulators in several cities, including New York, San Francisco and Barcelona. The platform, which is valued at £25bn by investors, has been hit by criticism that it’s to blame for rising property prices in major cities. And critics allege that its effect in London has been particularly negative. Share Radio's Robert Van Egghen reports.
The London School of Economics is to examine the book "Rich People, Poor Countries: The Rise of Emerging Market Tycoons and Their Mega Firms." It's been written by Caroline Freund, former Chief Economist of the Middle East and North Africa at the World Bank. To find out about the effects of the mega rich living in developing countries, Matt Cox spoke to Professor Erik Berglof, Director of the Institute of Global Affairs at the London School of Economics, and Chairman of the book event.