19/09/2011

Consumer news with Julian Worricker.

What come back do students who sign up for a course at university have if part way through elements that attracted the student in the first place are changed or disappear?

Dozens of consumers who have struck deals to rent their roofs to companies who supply solar panels say there's been no sign of the panels and they haven't been able to claim back hefty fees they have paid up front.

The deadline for insurance claims relating to the riots in August passes on Tuesday, September 20th. Two traders badly hit by looters tell us how they are recovering from the trauma of having their businesses trashed.

The nation's leading commercial property developers meet in Manchester for their annual conference amid continuing gloom on the high street.

The station with the least frequent train service in the UK is campaigning for a proper service. It is no out of the way rural community but a large suburb of Manchester which suffers severe traffic jams.

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