As police forces face budget cuts, is preventing crime the best way forward?
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The fixed term energy bills that cost more and can you have a dignified cut-price funeral?
Eighty years after first captivating tourists, what is the Loch Ness Monster worth?
Will a triple dip recession affect the way you shop? Consumer news with Peter White.
Consumer news with Peter White. Is more regulation of cosmetic treatment needed?
Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker, looking at the National Planning Policy Framework
Julian Worricker asks if social media could help people take control of their NHS records.
Holiday fraud victims, children's advertising, Cambridge tech companies.
Behind the scenes on the McDonalds production line. Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.
Winifred Robinson discusses Work Capability Assessments, rogue letting agents and more.
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Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker. Could the measles outbreak have been avoided?
Julian Worricker talks to publishers, retailers and authors at the London Book Fair.
Consumer news with Peter White, on 'bedroom factories', ATOS and ebooks from the library.
A young mother stuck abroad without insurance, and why phone contracts are getting longer.
Winifred Robinson hears about the growing trade in products derived from rare animals.
Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker, discussing curbing pensioner benefits.
The calls abroad made by criminals hijacking phone lines, plus more with Julian Worricker.
The garden centres kept alive by sales of coffees and flapjacks, plus silencing noisy cars
Overcrowded housing and the impact of Amazon's purchase of Goodreads.
How the new test for disability benefit will work. Plus, representing yourself in court.
Should we involve children and young people in decisions that affect them?
Consumer news with Julian Worricker.