It's all change at the top of the world's fifth-biggest economy. David Cameron. is out of the job - after losing the referendum on Brexit - and Teresa May has the top post in British politics - after an audience with the Queen
Google is banning adverts for so-called payday lenders. These are companies which offer short-term loans, normally of quite small amounts of money, at eye-wateringly high interest rates.
These are often above a thousand percent APR - which means if you don't pay the money back within a year, the amount of money you owe will grow ten-fold
We are joined live throughout the program by Simon Littlewood, President of ACG consulting group in Singapore.