More passport delays, new pension problems and the demise of the high street butcher.
Are technologies like telecare and telehealth the future of care at home?
The new frontier of board games - meet the game gurus.
Scottish anglers say fish farms are harming their catch. You and Yours investigates.
Consumer phone-in. Would you be better off with Britain out of Europe?
How freeing your pension might not pay off and a new campaign to curb dangerous dogs.
Peter White on electric car drivers unhappy at having to pay to top up their batteries.
The railway stations with changing rooms to pick up and try on internet purchases.
Wonga pay compensation after sending fake legal letters
What's gone wrong for you online?
Consumer news, including car hire in Spain, cashless society and squeezed suppliers.
High street pressures between newsagents and Waitrose, and rising funeral costs.
The prime minster and the first world dementia envoy on global plans to combat dementia.
Ocado delivers blow to insurance fraudsters and Tesco drops tempting treats from tills.
The Bank of England has suggested interest rates could rise. How would it affect you?
Action Fraud, flexible fares, late payments, tidal energy, private landlords and evictions
Consumer protection against the spread of Japanese Knotweed.
Airlines seek legal backing on passenger compensation rules.
Consumer phone-in. Should you choose a school because of its Ofsted record?
Are the elderly being targeted by boiler insurers and why do adults like World Cup albums?
Title deeds, energy bills, mobile roaming, Brazilian currency, retail design and Birdseye.
The latest on smart meters. And more compensation from PPI mis-sold by some banks.
The cyber celebrities cashing in on YouTube.
Should your big day cost you £15,000 on average?
Hidden ingredients in takeaway meals. A new breed of taxi firms. Plus more consumer news.
New record-breaking insurance fraud figures and a new operator for the Caledonian Sleeper.
The patchy provision of IVF in the UK.
Winifred Robinson explores how the Care Act will change care in older age in England.
Are students who pay tuition fees getting value for money from their university?