The Hon Robert James Kenneth Peston (born 25 April 1960) is a British journalist. Since February 2006, he has been the Business Editor for BBC News.
Letters stolen from BBC presenter Robert Peston's office: Robert Peston, the BBC economics editor, claimed someone had stolen the con...
Letters stolen from BBC presenter Robert Peston's office
Robert that's awful.. but that's also hot desking for you. I'd be looking closely at a new early evening TV star if I were you.
I don't think you're boring Robert - but do you have self esteem issues?:) :)
Finally got to watch Robert Goes Shopping series from last Sept!! V good watch indeed.
Article from Robert Peston on the issue: Sex, drugs and the EU budget
Great idea! Let's all mail Robert a mousetrap and we'll soon catch the blighter. Then again...maybe not.
. Honestly, Robert Peston is a mediocre replacement for Stephanie!
Maybe based on huge 5 yr rise in t/o? You're not guilty of 'casual sexism' u mentioned 2 days ago r u Robert?!
Buy them nothing, or don't whine. How China Fooled the World - with Robert Peston
Robert, the NHS is affordable if we abolish NHS market & PFI, and invest in frontline care
Robert, You come from an earlier age. When you think of a medium of exchange, of what do you think gold, silver, bronze, iron, sex?
Come on, Robert, there's casual sexism (and racism) up and down the land, wherever men gather together. It's not hard to find.
Brilliant. “Robert Peston: Men and bosses must learn to understand grief better
Loved it Robert. Well done! Think you should skip on the news more often ;) though not when it's a Bad story. All the best.
Maybe fear of attack or being followed off train Robert if they challenge?
You are Robert? Surely you've met plenty of 'geezer' city-boy traders.
. Tell it how it really is Robert. Implosion days away. Eurozone solves yesterday's problem
Will Robert do the right thing & admit his 'subsidy' comments to be utter bunk?
Robert Peston is taking on a Richard Madeley look.
Why is Robert Peston channelling Richard Madeley in his hair?
Robert Peston looks at how much George Osborne has to save to eliminate the UKs deficit and where he might find the money.
Sept 12: “Better change, faster change, safer change is our offer fo...r Scotland” - The Labour Party (16: "A No vote will deliver faster, safer and better change than seperation" - The Vow by David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband Sept 24: "A senior Labour official told me he didn't see how Ed Miliband could now negotiate the detail of Scotland's new budgetary arrangements with David Cameron, given the collapse of trust between the two." - Robert Peston (
Wonder which is best, Robert Peston's; Who runs Britain, or, Owen Jones's; The Establishment? . Doubt I'll find the time to read either?
is Robert Peston that chef who uses liquid nitrogen?
If you combined Charlie Brooker & Robert Peston, you'd create the ultimate pessimist - Charlton Peston - and he'd just scr…
Great to see being presented by Bill Nighy playing the role of Robert Peston channelling David Tennant
The student loan reporter sounds so awful he could be the lovechild of Robert Peston and Timmy Mallet!
Robert Peston - top man, wearing an Arsenal badge while interviewing George Osborne on BBC News.
Awful make up job done on Osborne for his interview with Robert Peston, looked like it was caked on!
Robert Peston is a Tory liar who thinks Scotland should be worried about liberating ourselves from the toxic waste of George Osborne's debt.
Robert Peston looks rather like Greg Ginn from Black Flag back in the day
Google censors Robert Peston, economics wonk of the BBC.
Robert Peston v public relations: Are PRs really via
A Response to Robert Peston's Comments on the PR Industry via
BBC’s economics editor Robert Peston explained to the audience how he and the BBC decided which stories mattered to audiences.
Robert Peston: BBC follows the Daily Mail’s lead too much.
You'll have heard him bamming up Robert Peston regularly? So funny, totally dying listening.
you thought it was Robert Patterson, J heard Robert Peston: hilarity ensued.
Shock: A banker can live on £1m salary. Robert Peston checks up on Ross McEwan.
Robert Peston is almost unintelligible: his prosody ***
Robert Peston. I stick him in the same category as Adrian Chiles.
Jaw-Dropping’: Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Makes Bombshell Claim About Russia and 2008 Financial Crisis (and Why It May Sound Familiar) Mar. 18, 2014 12:39am Jason Howerton The Chinese “received a message from the Russians” back in 2008 suggesting a pact to sell Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac securities on the market, which would have nudged down the price of the debt of Fannie and Freddie and also maximized the chaos on Wall Street, a former U.S. official told BBC. It confirms a report that TheBlaze TV’s For the Record first aired back in September 2013. It’s a bombshell claim that only underscores the mistrust between the U.S. and Russia in a time when tensions are high. BBC’s Robert Peston describes the cynical relationship between the two nations as “deep, rooted in history” and one that shows that the “triumph of capitalism over communism wasn’t the end of the power game between these two nations.” Talking about the 2008 financial crisis, particularly the issues with Fannie Mae . ...
I put in a Freedom of Interest request to the BBC asking for Nick Robinson & Robert Peston etc to declare shareholdings but was declined.
Best people for a new reality TV show.. Boris Johnson, Louis Spence, Robert Peston, Nick Robinson and Michael McIntyre.. :-D
Derek Bateman February 27, 2014 Standard Procedure Standard Life – Standard Procedure. What did you expect from a financial company – altruism? Presented with any change they can’t manage themselves, they panic. Oh yes, the do have to plan for eventualities, but they don’t need to make public announcements coordinated with a political campaign. Notice how early warnings were issued to selected media including the BBC’s Robert Peston who worked hand-in-glove with Alistair Darling’s Treasury during the financial meltdown to get daily exclusives. He was on air this morning claiming special access – who would organise that? Is it significant that this “politically neutral” company was in recent weeks having its executive board undergo media training in case they faced interview? And on Radio Four the thunderclap of doom was applied by James Naughtie from Edinburgh, transformed for the day from news presenter into Scotland correspondent, analysing the implications and calling Standard Life on ...
Lesley Joseph, Julia Bradbury, Robert Peston, Bones and Limbs from BBC 4, elusive species and students from Derby Uni. Now.
Donna -- It has been a big day in the referendum debate. Earlier today the Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney delivered a landmark speech on the problems caused by the SNP’s plan for a Eurozone-style currency union after independence. You can read former Chancellor Alistair Darling’s reaction to the speech here. The BBC’s Nick Robinson and Robert Peston give a good summary of why today was so important. There was already an overwhelming consensus among experts that the SNP plan was not credible. That is why both the Chancellor and the Shadow Chancellor have said that agreeing a Eurozone-style currency union is highly unlikely. Today’s speech from Mark Carney will only strengthen that opposition. Incredibly, Alex Salmond still refuses to tell us what currency we would use when the rest of the UK say no to sharing the UK pound. We deserve to know: what is the plan B if Scots choose to leave the UK? It is clear: the only way to guarantee we keep the strength and security of the UK pound is . ...
Hmmmnn. STV news skims over the issue. Robert Peston on the BBC gave a very interesting picture (with examples) of the difficulties of a currency union unless the Bank of England have basically the powers they have already (interest rates for one) and a salient point about currency exchange. Mark Carney played it right. Don't be explicit over choosing sides (how can he in his role?) but did enough to raise some thorny questions that do need answered.
Eddie Mair on BBC R4's PM cracks me up! Love the tension between him & Robert Peston.
Robert Peston far too professional to be sarcastic to Eddie Mair's bating, i'm not and would've been
On a lighter note, Xander Armstrong and Richard Osman agree with me that Robert Peston looks like David Tennant
Robert Peston looks like a cross between Mr Murray and David Tennant
Steve's guests are the BBC's economics editor Robert Peston and actor David Morrissey.
What rubbish! And the "feud" with Eddie Mair gets another airing. >>Nick Robinson: I am not mates with Robert Peston
Robert Peston just thought Chris Hoy was the singer out of Tears For Fears Ha! On Pointless
Forum spending 'at 1948 levels' says Robert Peston -Tory objective for 2019 (1/1)
Robert Peston - how the Daily Mail revealed my wife's cancer - The Guardian
Mail smears BBC's Robert Peston again here by failing to tell readers he (naively) shares its line…
Paul Flowers thrived in structure says Robert Peston.
Robert Peston's take on the "Co-op" Bank debacle. Which may or may not be true. Hint: it never was a co-op.
please get rid of Peston He has to have the worst, most condescending voice in the world... Aaarrtggghhh
Robert Peston's broadcasting voice makes it sound like he's talking in riddles.
Robert Peston alluded to this in his book about the crash
How should one describe robert peston's diction? He speeds up, he slows down, he stops, rises & falls all in one sentence.
Robert Peston on news reminds me that I'm looking forward to my first Speakers for Schools talk, tomorrow at Parrs Wood.
My god. Robert Peston! You are the only man on the earth that makes me want to punch the TV! What is with the way you talk? Somebody please call the Daleks and have him exterminated! Pleeeaassee? X
Robert Peston diction ... Explain??? Is it the verbal equivalent of John mccririch's 'look' Liz Levings you're the expert. Help us!!
Robert Peston on the 10 o'clock news: could he be the next David Icke? The man sounds completely deranged.
I'm listening to Robert on BBC news - he has such an aggressive tone
Imagine if everyone had Robert Peston's voice
Robert Peston. I wonder if he talks to his wife one that?
Robert Peston actually makes the news interesting...such a talented news journalist...
Has Robert Peston always spoken in staccato?
Top TV with Light and Dark with Prof and then Robert Peston featuring funky glasses and a cool parker reporting on Coop bank
Robert Peston looks like a cross between Cliff Richard and Joe90.
Is it me or does Robert Peston look a lot younger of late?
Is Robert Peston going to a rave when he finished this report?
Robert Peston actually makes the news interesting...
Robert Peston looking proper shabby on tv.
I need to work on a programme with Robert Peston. I bet he's a legend.
I was in Morrisons earlier and the news was on behind the counter with the sound off, with David Tennant talking about the collapse of the Co-op. Then found out it was actually Robert Peston. Seriously it's uncanny.
Robert Peston blog on FSA role in Paul Flower's appointment at Coop bank
Also needs new blood. In 30 years time we'll still be listening to the drooling tautologies of Robert Peston (son of Lord Peston).
Is Robert Peston beginning to look just a little bit like David Tennant?
There is something about Robert Peston that really grinds my gears.
I'm laughing at Robert Peston. "Chief of major bank knows nothing about banking. Why does it matter?" Err... Pesto, we're not all thickos!
Robert Peston's verbal delivery is like someone messing with the tape speed
Not for the first time, I feel the urge to slap Robert Peston repeatedly and shout."Speak properly man!"
Robert Peston talks like a complete ***
Miss watching the news with my mum and dad; impression of Robert Peston is spot on 👍
This Robert Peston piece on the strange rise of Rev. Paul Flowers is spectacularly damning all round.
Robert Peston says the head of the Co-op is inexperienced, true but what about our politicians? Most have never even had a proper job.
How did Rev Paul Flowers get the top job at Co-op Bank? Interesting questions raised by Robert Peston
What you said this morning was FAB anyway. Keep telling it like it REALLY is, Robert & thank you.
How did Flowers bloom at Co-op Bank?: Robert Peston on former Co-op boss caught in apparent drug sting
… What a scoop this would be for Robert Peston had he written this in 2010.
Funny that Robert Peston just admitted *even as* Coop was collapsing he did not look into CEO's background eh?
safe to say my award for most irritating voice on goes to Robert Peston. Though not most irritating Beeb personailty- that is a -
Laughable to hear Robert Peston criticising the co-op bank for appointing a chairman that knows nothing about banking. What about the BBC for appointing a business editor who knows nothing about business and worse, is totally incoherent!
Robert Peston is now my favourite person for coining the pejorative term: Serial Councillor.
The BBC's Robert says: "The big question is why on earth regulators didn’t delve more into the history of [Paul Flowers]."
Listening to the Radio discuss the Co-Op banking Chairman. Robert Peston sounds almost lost for words.
definitely!! I wasn't massively keen on the Robert Peston cameo... he's not my favourite person! x
‘Young people are holding back recovery’ says BBC's Economics Editor, Robert Preston
. Robert can you confirm Barclays got emergency loan from boe before northern rock.I believe it was about a week before.
Quote about the Co-op bank in your book Robert is very apt! Great read and insight into the whole crash!
Robert Peston backs Meet the Parents: "It is a brilliant initiative...I hope it becomes part of the fabric of the education system."
Why does lung cancer strike so many women who've never smoked? BBC star Robert Peston's wife was a .. via
There's a hole in my bucket, dear Paddy, dear Paddy. And how shall we mend it, dear Robert, dear Robert?.
Just discovered that Tim Muffet and Robert Peston are different people.
Robert Peston says it's all over. Better get a move on! - Shirlaws...
Hear on "Addicts, establishment lickspittles and paranoid monomaniacs" in the James Cameron Lecture Nov 25
Hey, if Robert Peston says it's over and Mark Carney agrees, Then what Darren Shirlaw forecast in 2009 has happened
Jen Bones shared the following link: heard from Mary Portas & Robert Peston?s excellent history of the high street and now the owners of Bolton?s flagship shopping centre has gone bankrupt .
William Hague...hasn't he got an annoying voice.imagine him being interviewed by Robert Peston!!!
S&P cuts France credit rating to AA Standard and Poor's (S&P) has cut France's credit rating to AA from AA+. The moves comes almost two years after the country lost its top-rated AAA status. S&P said it downgraded France because high unemployment in the country was making it hard for the government to make important reforms which would boost growth, The French government responded by saying that its debt rating was one of the safest in the eurozone. S&P said it expected government debt to hit 86% of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2015 and unemployment to remain above 10% until 2016. The country's Finance Minister, Pierre Moscovici, said S&P had made "critical and inexact judgements". He said in a statement: "During the last 18 months the government has implemented major reforms aimed at improving the French economic situation, restoring its public finances, and its competitiveness." In theory, a lower credit rating makes borrowing more expensive. The return for investors buying French debt indeed did ris ...
The BBC's economics editor Robert Peston investigates whether some young people should try their hand at being entrepreneurs.
Why does Robert Peston make my skin crawl? Hate the ***
Just about to complete a deal to buy another company and in the pre completion meeting with the bank they announced "don't forget you will get 2% cash back from the government" I nearly fell of my chair...! Only my mate Robert Peston could see a down side to that..!
Why are all the same films on TV these days ? Anyway been passing the time with tracking out the song by Chic called 'Le Freak', Nile Rodgers old band. You can listen to too much rock music. My eyes are a bit sore from looking at a computer screen. Also been reading about the development of the Fender Strat, designed in the early Fifties and still the best selling guitar today. It was built to cater for country players, before Rock'n'Roll was even invented and yet become a favourite of the likes of Hendrix, Beck, Blackmore and many, many others. Leo Fender wasn't even a musician. I suppose the clothes designer Coco Chanel had the same effect on fashion, every women owns or has owned 'A little black dress', the one that you know you look classy and stylish in. Not that I know anything about that, sartorial elegance being the domain of those that 'Know', which I don't. Yeah, go shopping with me and you'll want to beat me with a very large object...! It was watching Robert Peston last night, oh I'm witting o ...
Listening to Robert Peston talking on the radio about his love for his late wife. What a tragic loss for him. How cruel to die from lung cancer as a lifelong non smoker.
Robert Peston goes shopping. Huw Edwards eats his dinner. Emily Maitlis visits the gym. Matthew Amroliwala sees his chiropodist.
what is Eddy Mair's obsession with Robert Peston? Every time he introduces another idiotic ruse it's turn of…
Can't take any Robert Peston report seriously after having seen this...
Interviewed by Robert Peston... No idea what the question is, utterly impossible sentence structure. No comprende.
Love hearing the story on Robert Peston Goes Shopping!
Watching Robert Peston Goes Shopping on the Iplayer... social history and archive footage, yes
BBC iPlayer - Steve Wright in the Afternoon: Jamie Oliver and Robert Peston Mutiple repeats on the same day
Catching up on Robert Peston's shopping programme. Great stuff.
Watched Robert Peston’s shopping last night, brought back childhood memories but so far from current class’s exp, felt more than 100
I think Robert peston is quite cool.
BBC News - How first out-of-town superstore changed the UK (See Robert Peston documentary on shopping)
Watching 'Robert Peston Goes Shopping' on BBC iPlayer. Some wonderful clips of the Merseyway Shopping Centre, Stockport in there!
Robert Peston presenting the marvellous Goes Shopping has the most exceptional voice its like a robot
Did you see our very own George on BBC2 with Robert Peston last night? If not, watch it quickly on iplayer...
(Disclaimer: Robert Peston would never put his feet up on a train seat!)
Horta-Osorio, head of stares at the face of Robert Peston & sees a raving nutter
I can't wait for the next episode of Robert Goes Shopping.
waiting for my doc series on BBC too. If I titled it the 'Robert Peston is really clever' would it speed it up?
Doesn't the just love Robert Peston? He's on all the time, TV and Radio.
I bet "Robert Peston Goes Shopping" is exactly as exciting as it sounds.
Thank goodness for Robert Peston. I wondered why Lloyds were writing to me, telling me how good they were.
Fascinating programme 'Robert Peston Goes Shopping', BBC2 last night. ... Shame I've got to wait a week for the next episode!
Watching Robert Peston reminds me of Max Headroom from years ago.
Did I just hear Robert say the word "bloody" on ?
Just watched 'Robert Goes Shopping' from last night. He is a master of explaining.
I don't like Robert Peston's new glasses.
Robert Peston's history of shopping is fascinating viewing, though a history dating back another 200 years would've been even more so
If you are interested in shopping watch this. Even if you arent watch this!. Robert Peston Goes Shopping: Seduction
My boy, Robin, was the Series Producer on Robert Peston Goes Shopping. Check it out.
The Marks & Spencer Archive located on campus features in episode one of Robert Peston Goes Shopping -
If you missed Robert on UK history last night on BBC2, watch it on iPlayer A great piece of analysis
Watching the Robert Peston docu on shopping. Reminded me our family used to RENT a colour television.
In BBC's Robert Peston Goes Shopping, Robert said "Resistance is futile" is this a ref to the
Robert Peston Goes Shopping: Seduction Who would have though West Bridgford ASDA was the first in the country!
(1/2) Gotta love the Robert Peston soundbite opinion of the MS-Nokia deal …
Robert Peston is brilliant, comparing Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia to 'two drunks propping themselves up at a party'
Loved this from Robert Peston (and AllyF's comment) in The Guardian: 'Why do I only get £1 pocket money a week?'
Comment: Would Morrisons/Ocado merit a mention in Robert Peston Goes Shopping? great show look forward to next weeks
Background on the retail sector! worth a view "Robert Peston Goes Shopping: Seduction"
MS buys Nokia's phone div "... a reshaping of the telecoms landscape, or two drunks propping themselves up at a party?” (Robert Peston)
Part 1 of "Robert Peston Goes Shopping" is tonight at 9pm, BBC2. Please watch, or my producer will be upset.
Robert Peston is basically what I imagine it would be like if David Tennant's Doctor did the business news.
In case you missed the truly illuminating Robert goes shopping last night, watch it back here:
Catch up on Robert Peston Goes Shopping, about the British love affair with shops. Great music too!
'When did we turn into stark-raving shopaholics?' reviews our new show, Robert Peston Goes Shopping
We really enjoyed Robert Peston Goes Shopping last night on BBC2, learning about the evolution of Britain's supermarkets & shopping culture!
Robert Peston shopping programme was fascinating. Kingston could learn a lesson or two about running a shop, not a jumble sale.
I rather liked Robert Peston's description of the partnership as like two drunks propping each other up at a party:
Who watched Robert Peston Goes Shopping on BBC2 last night? Great insight into the history of consumerism, looking forward to part two.
Who saw on BBC2 last night? We very much enjoyed going shopping with him, and so did
Robert Peston says he 'mixes with bankers'. And thats why the UK business news is not exactly impartial.
Stephanie Flanders is totally better than Robert Peston. Maybe they should do some sort of journalism challenge fight. Stephanie would win..
It's a billy-big *** battle royale on the BBC News at Ten tonight with both Robert Peston and Nick Robinson on in the early minutes.
Robert Peston on the softly softly Royal Mail sell-off plans
Is this the brainiest child in Britain? Is this the brainiest child in Britain? Proof you DON'T need to be a pushy parent to make your little darling a success Shrinidhi Prakash has been crowned Britain's first Child Genius She can recall the order of an entire pack of 52 playing cards Also speaks Latin and is a world champ at Scrabble Her parents say she has natural talent and they do not push her By Tanith Carey PUBLISHED: 20:36 GMT, 3 July 2013 | UPDATED: 21:24 GMT, 3 July 2013 When most 11-year-old girls day-dream about their idols, they fantasise about Harry Styles from One Direction and write his name in love hearts all over their school exercise books. Not Shrinidhi Prakash. She is counting down the days until she meets her very own hero, the BBC’s business editor Robert Peston. She is a big fan of his work. She hopes he will be impressed by the essay she has penned for him on economic growth, entitled Notes On Austerity. Quite clearly, Shrinidhi is no ordinary girl. This week, she beat more than ...
New Business Blog: Stephanie Flanders and Robert Peston debate the 'recovery':...
Economics editor Stephanie Flanders and business editor Robert Peston debate the latest raft of business figures and…
Robert Peston & Stephanie Flanders come on you are not catching up you don't understand what are the main worries you have been told dampen
Andrew Neil, Stephanie Flanders, Nick Robinson and Robert Peston are oblivious to what Osborne did. They think it's tolerable? Just wait!
Phillip Hampton, RBS Chairman says if anybody out there has a spare £46 billion, can they please lend it to the Bank, so that they can pay back the Government, but in the meantime we're gonna pay off failed Chief Executive Stephen Hester £5.6 million. No hard feelings as an ex employee, close to making paper aeroplanes out of his share certificates in RBS! Georgie Osborne (little squirt), is to perform miracles to ensure RBS is privatised by the end of 2014! Roman Abromovich lend them a few billion quid at more favourable rates than Wonga.Com!!! Hester says he would have liked to stay for this privatisation, but he wanted to retire before he was the same age as Nelson Mandela! Has anyone seen 'Dynamo' a.k.a. Steven Frayne to perform this miracle/magic trick!!! Some bright/intelligent Economist will state in next few days that the UK is out of recession (my bottom)!!! Doesn't Robert Peston look old, but he's joined the 'jet set' in wearing glasses/spectacles!
Robert can demand decades of royalties but not sure the Pestons can claim property rights...
my favourite movie song - I was introduced to it by Robert Peston's father Lord Maurice Peston many years ago!
Bank capital is supposed to be capable of absorbing losses. Robert Peston explains how the Basel Rules encouraged banks to exaggerate the ability of the capital they possessed to absorb losses
Headline: House prices surge again. Has Robert Peston died?
Big economics, small businesses! Hear Robert Peston speak about this at Accelerate2013
Hi Robert I'm doing a cycling challenge in oct in honour of my dad to raise money for the London Lung Cancer Alliance.
Robert Peston is the devil, Hugh Pim is his evil sidekick!
Robert Peston - I bloody knew it! all that stuff about quantitavis easing - total giveaway
Love this news parody though. Makes me think of Robert Peston.
France, Germany, Italy and Spain in his comparing contrasting nationalities
Robert you are absolutely spot on with this. There is no finer album from the 70s (or the 80, 90s or noughties come to that).
Don't understand how doesn't have more followers. She's like the missing link between a supermodel and Robert
Think Robert Peston and William Hague must have both attended the Ministry of Silly Talks. Strange delivery.
Almost in London, seen Robert Peston and a Buddhist monk already - where else shall the day take us .. Other than London
"Imagine if Robert Peston started a report with the caveat he didn't know a thing about the economy"
catching up on podcasts. The Alan Johnson & Robert Peston episodes were incredible. Great to hear them talk so openly
Robert Peston-do you give any credenceto the article on MONEY WEEK-The end of Britain?
Reading them in Robert Peston's voice work quite well too!
Thought you maybe interested in this Robert !
Has the Bank of England exaggerated the capital shortages in banks or have the banks run rings around it?
Sorry Robert, it was Robben. Happens to be Dutch.
sorry Robert , I liked things like Supertramp & 10CC . I did grow up. But not until Talking Heads came along !
Now now Robert, no 'ein' needed - Berliners laughed at Kennedy's mistake, while loving the sentiment.
Tonight, and for 1 night only, you got it wrong Robert.Tonight, and for 1 night only, ich bin ein Dortmunder"
I haven't read any fiction for many years Robert but I think I need to make an exception for such an exceptional situation.
Catherine, I thought you were joking!! Robert, think you got off lightly! Love, Jizzy W
Its brilliant Robert. Just roll with it fosnizzle
As I've said before Robert... You da man!!!
Embrace it Robert! Be glad they think you're relevent. Just don't start wearing your trousers below your bum & you hat sidways.
Robert Peston to be filming in incessant cold rain in Walthamstow High St. Still, less naff than Cannes
I don't think we have done with Spring yet, Robert! :)
If I were to assassinate one person..
Why it matters that Apple and other multinationals pay a declining share of the costs of schools, hospitals and the police in developed economies.
"In the US corporate tax generated 32.1% of all federal taxes in 1952. Today that proportion has fallen to a puny 8.9%. Similar trends of corporate taxes generating a shrinking share of the state's costs hold in the UK." Robert Peston That means you and me personally paying more.
"Here's the thing: the word "multinational" may be a bit of a misnomer. The brains that power and generate all that lovely income at a company like Apple - or Google, or Amazon, or Starbucks - are national. Most of them were born in US hospitals, they went to US schools and universities, they were able to study rather than sitting at home defending their properties with shotguns thanks to American law and order. And, of course, if the brains in these countries are Indian or British, the same dependence on their mother countries for the conditions that nurtured them would apply. Which is why, some would argue, the desire of Apple and other multinationals to minimise the taxes they pay in the US, or anywhere for that matter, may be rational for them individually but is bonkers for them collectively - since over time it will erode the very infrastructure of the global economy which allows them to thrive." - Robert Peston, BBC
Muswell Hill resident and BBC journalist Robert Peston reveals how he coped with wife’s death: BBC ...
14:00 Richard Bacon: News, sport, entertainment and guests Kevin McCloud and Robert Peston.
So, on a day Richard Bacon is exonerated for having too many BBC guests on his 5Live show he ... has Robert Peston on his show.
Stephanie Flanders could beat the crap out of Robert Peston.
Night in with ham sandwich, brandy & coke and Robert Could only improve if had written a book too. Has he?
for some reason despite knowing what he looks like I always see Robert Peston when I see his name
Robert Peston also went there. Not sure how good he was on the wing though
it's just because Fitch is French Robert! :)
Surely they're wrong, Robert. Dave's told us disappearing!
Robert Peston off-message on crisis: - can careers work make good use of bad news? - -
Robert, might buy your book. Is it as good as "The New Few" by Ferdie Mount?!
To this day, Robert Peston remains my favourite source of very oddly-inflected news.
Business Editor for BBC Robert Peston using us as a backdrop for a report. Do we get an extras fee? means business
Very tempted to buy Robert Peston's new book about the economic crisis.
no, sadly it was years after they made the video. We got Robert Peston instead.
Very nice quote by Robert Peston on what Tesco look likes after their failure to crack the US market
Nice to meet Robert today at our Currys PC World in Tottenham Court Road. Might be in the market for some speakers?
Robert Peston has an interesting analysis on his BBC Business blog:
BBC's Robert says has more to lose from failure to get deal than govt
Robert Peston on EDF CfD negotiations: My reading of the mood of both sides is one of cautious pessimism.
Yes they told me, hope you are feeling better. I sent email work. Still OK for Robert Peston next Thur? On Mon we revised Balance
Robert Peston's dad is a Yeovil Town football fan. Dave in the office used to chat football with him. Dave was my assistant.
Good to see Robert Peston finds the best place to let off a bit of steam is round the back of Asdas, like the rest of us.
Robert Peston's misleading descriptions of modern banking are not one off simplifications
Robert Peston on the state of play in the nuclear negotiations between the Govt and EDF.
Hinkley C negotiations according to Robert 'cautious pessimism' on both sides.
"I am going to get pedagogic on you" a classic line in very accessible book on the global financial crash
Robert, I believe Richard Glynn & team are building towards higher digital revenues - we have seen what happens to those who do not.
I love getting up early on the rare occasions I sleep well. But I forget Chris Hawkins is on 6 Music. His voice is "Robert Peston" annoying
And then there is Mark Roe who takes longer pauses than Robert Peston.
Bloke doing 6 Music news just called Robert Peston 'Robert Pisston'
I remember your blogging and the intraday chart of HBOS back then- not exactly oil on troubled waters, Robert. Crazy times...
Robert Peston cuts through the hype and hysteria as ever - BBC News - Why bash the HBOS three?
talking *** Robert Peston says 3 crooks were not only bankers running banks into the ground, well, that totally excuses them
Robert Peston said that HBoS made some terrible decisions lending to real estate in 2008/9 on Radio Five Live re censure of directors
Don't worry Robert, always a pleasure to see & hear you, cold weather or not.
Why bash the HBOS three?: Why bash the HBOS three, asks Robert Peston
.Robert, you come across to me as an apologist for criminal, incompetent, greedy banksters. Do you want us to be sorry for them?
Robert Peston on HBOS failure asks why just criticise HBOS. Anat Admati shows how to make better banks 10 May.
Sorry Robert that is REALLY hard to believe!
.- it's some much nicer in the comfort of the studio isn't it Robert?
Robert Peston quite made his name on the whole Banking Debacle - they even started blaming him somehow at the time; why make excuses now?
is Robert Peston standing in his front garden whilst reporting and does he have pj's under his coat?
Pretty sure Robert Peston is in his pjs under that coat
why is Robert Peston stood in somebodies front garden
Has their ever been a Robert Peston report on the BBC that doesn't start with a whining 'Well.'
Is Robert Peston doing a live broadcast from outside his own house? He looks like he's put a coat over his pajamas
My question: are BBC filming outside Robert Peston's house and is he in a Matalan onesie under that coat and scarf?
Where in the world is Robert Peston being interviewed? Outside his home?
Is Robert Peston just reporting from his front garden about the banking crisis?
I hope that Robert Peston recovers from the illness that has made him sound like William Hague after a heavy night on ketamine.
Robert Peston elongating his words to fill spaces on BBC1; makes him sound very pompous.
Why is the lovely Robert Peston giving his report from the pavement a residential street? Poor lad must be chilly
Robert Peston sounds like buzz killington
Welfare reform blockers should have listened to Robert Peston's take on the state of our finances yesterday Class.
Hi Robert. Do you know if the film will be viewable from outside of UK? I know we would love to see it.
watched the film Robert. You are very brave and the £300 per death stat was a stark alert.
Robert Peston aired a segment on BBC on His wife died of it last Sept. Trying 2find online
a most excellent single cancer charity, but as you know Robert, CRUK researches ALL cancers.
It was an excellent piece Robert and raises important issues about cancer research funding. Thank you :-)
Thank you Robert .I know how hard it is for the sufferer and the partner.
Well done for raising this. Best wishes to Robert Peston very brave of you Sir so sorry for your loss.
sad to hear that my mum's experience was not unique. But good piece by Robert Peston.
Good piece on BBC tonight by Robert Peston about inadequate lung cancer research funding and the problem of late diagnosis in UK.
Good job Robert. Hope people sit up and take notice. A disease that has crushed many families. Mine included.
thankyou Robert 4 that informative report ,can Tell u r still hurting all the very best 2 u
Totally agree with Robert Peston's call for more lung cancer research. My non smoker Dad died of it. General assumption it was his own fault
Thank you for raising awareness of this Robert. I have lost 2 family members to lung cancer & neither were smokers.
Eye opening report about lung cancer by Robert Peston on The One Show. Lost my aunt to lung cancer and she was non-smoker as well.
Great piece Robert. We're bigs fans of the here & fellow
Touching report from Robert Peston on The One Show. About his late wife's battle with cancer.
Massive respect for Robert Peston doing that short film considering his wife
Thank you for making that Robert, much unheralded topic, took some guts to relive it and make such a good piece. Bravo.
Incredibly brave of Robert to get involved in raising awareness of lung cancer in non-smokers so soon after losing his wife.
Coming up on The One Show now – our chief exec talking to Robert about cancer treatment
Wright: Julian Clary and Robert Peston 04 Apr 13: Steve is joined in the studio by comedian and Celebrity Big...
Robert Peston's strange laugh just made my cat jump.
Exciting. Third day. Nice to be back in Manchester. Bumped into robert peston lately?
On no - Robert's on again, there must be economic troubles ahead again!
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