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Vauxhall Zafira fires, and how Edinburgh's cutting the speed limit on most roads to 20mph.
Changes to the Cancer Drugs Fund, and how businesses can make money from the Pokemon craze
Why do movies about religious miracles not do so well in the UK?
Microbeads, meal kits, chatbots, and housing in the Netherlands.
Are employees turning to trade unions when they need help in the workplace?
Winifred Robinson with the latest on the collapse of BHS and self building abroad.
MPs criticise Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley, and cafe owners tap into the cycling market.
Are the days of the "shampoo and set" numbered? What will replace it?
Paying for the Olympics, NHS continuing care, sat-nav failure.
New figures suggest middle-income families resemble the poor of the past.
Extra Energy is the most complained about energy company in Britain.
Is the Cancer Drugs Fund really working, and why the US is running out of beer names.
The manager of Nick Cave explains what the music industry is doing stop ticket touts.
Leading medical bodies say an alternative hormone replacement therapy is being mis-sold.
Research suggests informal borrowing and lending puts a strain on relationships.
Electric cars, wedding debt, airline terms and conditions, and supermarket Christmas.
A survey reveals a big plunge in consumer confidence.
Gambling websites are becoming more reluctant to pay out when punters win big.
A report on acid attacks recommends new restrictions on the sale of corrosive liquids.
New figures suggest young people are not taking enough care online.
The Care Act a year on, ticking clock sales, coaching for your career.
Radio 4's consumer affairs programme. Is Brexit is hammering pensions already?
A look at how the East of England Co-op runs its business.
We report on the hundreds of home owners mis-sold a government energy efficiency scheme.
Consumer phone-in. In the few days since the UK voted Leave, what effect has Brexit had?
Senior doctors say breast implants should carry warning of a small but serious cancer risk
The former Masterchef finalist you can hire to cook in your home.
Is the new diet trend for eating clean as healthy as it seems?
Winifred Robinson asks if children are being given the right message about drugs.
A look at how families are coping with the financial uncertainty of the care home industry