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Consumer news and issues.
Consumer affairs programme.
Peter White on changes for whiplash compensation claimants, and poor quality new houses.
Have electric car sales stalled? Plus a report on young people with arthritis.
Consumer news, including the Uber users charged for taxi journeys they never made.
Winifred Robinson hosts a phone-in on caring for elderly relatives.
How people are buying more crafting accessories to organise their DIY weddings.
Holiday fines, pub takeovers, and snail slime.
A look at a company that's left hundreds of students in debt and without qualifications.
Pub closures; Grocery bills; Dog grooming parlours.
Call You & Yours: What's happening in Britain's prisons?
How people being reassessed for disability benefits are losing their mobility cars.
Shoplifting, football ground access, the ivory antiques trade and seller rights on Paypal.
Are BT short-changing and overcharging customers on broadband speeds?
Why the number of local butchers is increasing for the first time in decades.
Call You & Yours: What would improve your housing situation? email@example.com.
The musical Hamilton says it won't accept tickets from touts, why is Viagogo selling them?
After years of falling milk prices, why is the global price of milk now rising?
Nursery owners say they can't fund plans for 30 hours free childcare.
How has loneliness affected you? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The vegan who wants new plastic £5 notes withdrawn. And the cost of new car paint jobs.
Can street food still be authentic when you're eating it in a restaurant?
Bank closures, breast implant compensation payments, remodelling of hand-me-down jewellery
Premium numbers, beauty products, baby boomers.
Has your child's school been hit by public spending cuts? Email email@example.com.
Milton Keynes at 50 - what's worked? What hasn't? And Sainsbury's same-day deliveries.