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Wake Up to Money


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  • Today's the Day
    Ahead of the nicknamed 'mini budget' of the new government, Felicity Hannah speaks to experts about what we might expect from the the day's announcements, and speaks to businesses about what they're hoping to hear.
  • Is it enough?
    James Lipscombe, CEO of the largest fish and chip shop chain in the UK discusses the energy support package for businesses with Felicity Hannah. As Liz Truss pledges to lift the ban on fracking, we discuss the impact it could have. Wasps Rugby club announce that they're filing for administration, Dan Plumley, sports finance expert from Sheffield Hallam University brings us the latest on what the future might look like for the club.
  • Businesses get their answer
    The Government is set to reveal what support it will offer business for energy bills, Felicity Hannah will hear from those urging the new Prime Minister to stick to her green energy targets. As more and more of us are buying insulation products to prepare for the winter ahead, we hear from the boss of one installation firm who has seen enquires more than double. Elsewhere, a former Channel 4 Editor speaks to us about the review into the privatisation of the broadcaster.
  • The final farewell
    We hear from the London Chamber of Commerce on what it means for a city to host such an event and look ahead to a big week of financial news with a panel of business owners.
  • The Long Farewell
    As London prepares for the funeral of the Queen, businesses in the capital have found themselves having to deal with a huge influx of people. Felicity Hannah speaks to the London Chamber of Commerce and a business in the heart of the capital to find out how they are adapting. Aid efforts continue in Pakistan following catastrophic floods in the country and officials there are warning of a looming health crisis. Wholesale giant Bestway Group employs 20,000 people there - their Chief Financial Officer Haider Chaudhry talks us through their efforts to help, and what more needs to be done. A record breaking pay rise on the way for thousands of workers as the Living Wage Foundation sets its new rates next week - we'll have the details. And, two months after the incredible highs of England's Lionesses winning the Euros for the first time ever, the Women's Super League is back. But just how much of an impact has England's international success had on ticket sales for women's football back home? Sport Finance expert Christina Philippou joins us to explain.

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