Dermot Murnaghan is setting out on a personal mission to report the true stories of people hit hardest by the credit crunch.
Travelling on his push bike, Dermot will be riding from Cornwall to Bristol meeting with small business executives and everyday people facing economic uncertainty.
Dermot?s bike will have camera’s fitted to allow viewers to watch his progress as he reports throughout the day on Sky News.
There will be Daily Economic Cycle reports at 08.45, 12.45, 14.45 and 17.45.
The three day cycle starts on Monday 16th March to Wednesday 18th March.
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