New tests for sickness benefits, shopping vouchers, police cuts and the loss of stations.
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Are we ready for the Olympics?
Whitstable - why is it the fastest growing seaside destination in the UK?
Mobile phones and radiation, red tape and shop shutters, high technology skills gap.
With almost 2.5m unemployed why do some businesses complain they can't find the staff?
With Julian Worricker. Proposed planning rules shake-up.
Consumer news with Julian Worricker. Discussing the end of the traditional light bulb.
Why ice cream's luxury status is threatening the viability of some of its makers.
The impact of the riots on the high street, student rents increase and Talk Talk fined.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Over 55s urged to put bright ideas into practice.
How would you fix Britain after what David Cameron calls our 'moral collapse'?
Why train fares could be rising four times more quickly than wages.
Can the success of the bike hire schemes work in other cities?
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Increase in Open University fees.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Will increased security make shopping less fun?
Violence and riots in London are now spreading elsewhere. What can be done to prevent it?
Care homes without managers and a fed-up train commuter taking it to the top.
The boss of Gatwick Airport, the new European iPlayer and why Real Ale sales are booming.
With Peter White. What next for thousands of customers of the now-collapsed Holidays 4 U?
With Shari Vahl. Is the health service paying too much for drugs such as paracetamol?
Immigration: Should you be forced to learn English if you want to live in the UK?
Peter White asks how the rights of disabled people have changed over the past 40 years. (R)