With radical reform of our police service underway, what should the role of the police be?
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Chemists short of drugs, rear-facing car seats for children and how shops manipulate us.
Car dealerships in a downturn, the popularity of drive-thrus and the future of the A380.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Why has Woolworths been so successful in Germany?
Winifred Robinson takes calls on the government plans to cap household benefit.
Councils as health police, Big Issue sellers and what not to wear at Ascot.
Park charges for fitness coaches, broadband speeds, and shoring up the Coliseum.
The drivers tricked by a car insurance scam and is our newest lottery breaking the rules?
Shari Vahl presents Radio 4's consumer affairs programme.
Has cosmetic surgery been normalised?
Nutritional therapists accused of dangerous advice and the new crowdsourcing websites.
Arsenal win diversity award, technology and the future of travel, the £100 cruise.
Tripadvisor's co-founder Steve Kaufer answers critics and outlines its future.
A whistleblower helpline for NHS and social services staff; and affordable rural housing.
Is it time to make the tax system more equitable?
Julian Worricker asks if private investigators should be regulated.
Car wash and car hire firms under the spotlight and fish and chips South African style.
Cosmetic surgery update, Change 4 Life, illegal battery hen eggs, and killer apps.
Travel industry forecast 2012; face-recognition technology; charity Disability Rights UK.
Your Sport: What exercise do you do regularly and why? How affordable is it to stay fit?
Sporting Nation? As we enter the Olympic year, what's our attitude towards sport?