Winifred Robinson examines prescription charges and asks if gambling could save our pubs.
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Morrisons, Debenhams and HMV on the future of retail shopping.
Is this country able to deliver the Chancellor's vision for goods Made in Britain?
4G technology could raise billions for the Treasury but what's in it for the consumer?
Open Water Swimming and why Lego's profits are towering, with Peter White.
What should Chancellor George Osborne include in tomorrow's Budget?
Sharmini Selvarajah examines universities are turning to former students to boost funding.
Dermot O'Leary on Red Nose Day; Richard Wilson on train journeys; Royal Wedding parties.
Can tourism drive the recovery of the Irish economy? And biometrics on the High Street.
Winifred Robinson asks what the future holds for Britain's biggest care home operator.
Is the government doing enough to tackle alcohol abuse?
Julian Worricker investigates why police dogs are costing taxpayers thousands of pounds.
Hotel inspector Ruth Watson; ebook lending limits; Lego profits and footy shirt refunds.
The British companies owed millions by the organisers of India's Commonwealth Games.
How much choice do we really get as NHS patients?
With Julian Worricker. How have rising transport costs affected you?
Consumer news with Julian Worricker including the West Coast rail franchise.
Fuel surcharges, the art of complaining and parking in the future, with Peter White.
Why retirement flat operators are still charging exit fees despite an OFT warning.
Lloyd Grossman on hospital food, social care policy in Wales, Youth Hostel Association.
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