Episode 53: 31st January 2019

Ikea on the high street, the changing face of retail, why fish can’t climb trees and just who does pay the highest tax in the UK?

This week we compare the new IKEA business model to that of high street favourite Argos and take time to ponder what exactly is happening to our high street.

When it comes to big bucks and high rollers we turn our attention to the highest tax payers in the UK and unearth a couple of surprises. It turns out David and Victoria Beckham aren’t as rich as we might think. Relatively speaking.

If you ever wondered why fish can’t scale trees (come on, we’ve all had sleepless nights pondering that one), this week’s book Fish Can’t Climb Trees by Helyn Conerr will explain precisely why that is the case.

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