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25/02/2010

Duration:
3 hours
First broadcast:
Thursday 25 February 2010

Shelagh Fogarty and Russelll Fuller with news that bankers' bonuses return to the spotlight as RBS releases its annual figures.

George Osborne talks about his 'reluctant' acceptance of bonuses, why Britain's debt is a key priority, and the benefits of a Chancellor and a PM actually getting on well.

British Gas boss Phil Bentley discusses their record operating profits.

In sport, Mikael Silvestre on his charity event for Haiti, and why Arsene Wenger is right.

Chapters

4 items
  • George Osborne on aspiring to be in charge of the economy

    The Shadow Chancellor George Osborne says he'll work flat out to reduce Britain's debt, in order to get the economy back on its feet. He discusses bankers' bonuses and working with David Cameron.

  • Royal Bank of Scotland's £1.3 billion bonuses

    Despite pre-tax losses of £3.6 billion, over a billion pounds will be paid by RBS to some of its key staff. 5 live Money's Andy Verity explains why the bonuse culture still exists in the City.

  • Massive profits, big household bills

    Feel you're paying too much for your energy? Nevertheless, the company that owns British Gas has announced profits of £1.86 billion, while British Gas itself has seen its earnings go up by 58%.

  • Mikael Silvestre's working for Haiti

    Arsenal defender Mikael Silvestre talks about his work to support Haiti earthquake victims. He also discusses being back in Wenger's first team and speculation about summer team changes.

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