Can you be Brexit-proof for your finances – and what happens afterwards when Britain leaves the EU? This is a money podcast
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Nobody can escape the Brexit madhouse that takes place before our eyes, especially in the last week.
Between backstops, trade agreements, Norway, contempt of parliament, distrust, withdrawal of votes … what is really going on?
Editor Simon Lambert, assistant editor Lee Boyce and host Georgie Frost discuss Brexit in the latest podcast This is Money.
Checkmate: The Brexit date arrives quickly – so what happens now?
Are we going to leave? Do we really need a second referendum and can you do everything to make your money Brexit-proof? We all talk about it in our Brexit special.
Outside the Brexit bubble, we look at those DNA self-test kits that are plugged in by a number of companies as the perfect Christmas present. Can you get more than you expected?
Simon reveals the best and worst performing funds from 2018 so far, in the top of the dolls fashion and Lee runs the smart apps of challengers looking to encourage the saving habits.
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