Making money from the Olympics, collective energy buying and a fair price for milk

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Julian Worricker speaks to Tim Smit chief-executive of The Eden Project. He helped create a scheme, launched today, which allows homes, businesses, the council and NHS to join together together in haggling for cheaper energy bills.

We hear about from the merchandisers hoping to make millions from the London Olympics.

And the Olympic caterer hitting out at the stringent conditions of its contract which it believes have been "dictated" by the major sponsors "to a ridiculous extent".

Plus just how much money will buying a diesel car save you?

And as the government reveals more of its response to the Mary Portas review into saving our high streets. Why are some local council's still giving the go ahead to huge out of town developments.

The producer is Joe Kent.

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41 minutes

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Mon 23 Jul 2012 12:00
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