Consumer news, with a look at NHS assessment centres, instant cameras and buying abroad.
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Today cancer survival rates have never been better, but could early diagnosis be improved?
Consumer news, including big penalties for paying off equity release mortgages.
An energy provider is suspending its free boiler scheme, and the thieves who steal houses.
The planned rise in tuition fees in England may not save the taxpayer any money.
An advert for a family holiday that can only be taken during term time is banned.
Who would be a teacher? Call You and Yours and share your point of view.
Are apprenticeships delivering on tackling the persistent youth unemployment problem?
Consumer news with Peter White. What is a McKenzie Friend, and why do you need one?
Hear how sellers are asking more for properties, even after agreeing to final offers.
The students who lose their loan or grant part way through a course.
How good a service are you receiving from your GP? Call or email Winifred Robinson.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Bookies to be reined in by newly empowered councils.
Peter White on how cars that don't exist cost the UK £18 million pounds last year.
Why banks use automated calls to warn customers about suspicious account activity.
Why an error left a student in debt for a course he can't afford to finish.
Consumer phone-in. Winifred Robinson discusses if being overweight is genetic.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Record numbers complain about their energy company.
How to save thousands when buying a new car, and assessing collective energy switching.
News and discussion of consumer affairs
Winifred Robinson on smart meters and the most complained about energy company.
Are we still too reliant on consumer debt? Consumer phone-in with Winifred Robinson.