Money makes the world go round. But it also starts a lot of fights. Join some of the Telegraph’s top journalists as they step in to referee.
Do you ever feel like the “discretionary” service charge doesn’t feel very “discretionary”? This week The Telegraph’s Special Correspondent (and former waiter), Harry de Quetteville joins Lauren Davidson and Sam Meadows from the Personal Finance team to dig into the moral implications of not leaving a tip. And one of our hosts has a big confession from their time working in a café as a teenager.
Plus, Harry struggles to feel sympathy for a parent who wants another mum to pay for damage to their toddler’s expensive shoes.
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