How can a discount card end up costing you hundreds of pounds? With Peter White.
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The company selling boiler insurance to vulnerable people who don't need it.
Thousands of students are caught up in an alleged mobile phone fraud.
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Lending money to relatives is at an all-time high. What does that mean for families?
Technology in health and social care.
Police investigate a suspected mobile phone fraud that has affected more than 350 students
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson, inclduing the future of horse racing.
Problems with cavity wall insulation, and undercover research questions wine expertise.
Figures are at a record high - are you one of the new self-employed?
New peak-time rail fares, knowing your neighbours and unlocking mobile phones.
Consumer news with Chris Warburton.
Why cavity wall insulation may be making your home damp.
Have tuition fees made university the preserve of the rich? With Winifred Robinson.
Would warnings on wine and beer bottles help you to give up drinking before it harms you?
Winifred Robinson asks why the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund closed so suddenly.
Peter White on the roll-out of superfast broadband and the invasion of Himalayan Balsam.
Winifred Robinson asks if plain-packaged cigarettes could reduce rates of smoking.
Winifred Robinson on the curious case of the missing TalkTalk emails.
As we live longer and work more, do you think you will ever be able to retire?
Winifred Robinson asks if it's time for the banks to repay the victims of telephone scams.
Peter White asks the new minister for high streets how to better support small retailers.
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