Should the Bank of England have cut interest rates instead of holding firm?

May 10, 03:34 PM

The Bank of England decided to hold the base rate for the sixth time in a row this week – but was it the right decision?

Should the MPC have been bold and made a cut? What does it mean for our mortgages and savings? And when will a move come - and in what direction?

This week, Georgie Frost, Simon Lambert and Lee Boyce talk about the base rate decision and what happens next.

In the world of property, the number of homes being devalued is on the rise. So, what's going on? And what can you do if it happens to you.

Bungalows are having a moment. They're not just for the elderly and downsizers, young families and first time buyers are also increasingly interested - pushing the price of them higher since the pandemic. .

Energy firms have been trying to push smart meters on us for years. Have they uncovered a new trick to get us to make the swap?

And finally, it's been good news for JD Wetherspoon - the no frills pub chain said it expects annual profits to come in towards the 'top end' of forecasts.

Where do you stand on Spoons? Lee and Simon face-off with different pints of view on the pub giant.