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VIDEO Punchline Talks - Friday Briefing, May 14

A drop in the French wine harvest, bitcoin and a personal tale of Titanic memorabilia - this week's Punchline business briefing panel covered a wide range of news stories.

Each Friday, Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen is joined by a selection of Gloucestershire's leading business figures to run the rule over the headlines which caught their eyes in the papers and on Punchline - and the stories behind them.

Taking their places on the panel this week are:

Among the issues discussed are updates on the regeneration of King's Square and The Forum, investing in Gloucester, funding sport without multi-millionaire owners and the loosening commuter belt.

The panel also discusses the issues facing their sectors and the stories which caught their eye in Punchline this week.

Subscribe to the Punchline daily newsletter to be among the first to see the weekly Friday briefings.

If you have any views of what has been discussed or would like to take part in future Friday briefings, email mark@moosemarketingandpr.co.uk.

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