BBC Radio 4's daily consumer programme with Winifred Robinson and Peter White. You and Yours brings…
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Loaned artefacts were sold from the British Empire and Commonwealth Museum in Bristol without the permission of the owners. Inside Out West reports on the story.
Why twitter and instagram don't want to share.
Celebrity cleaner Aggie Mackenzie gives the storage hoarders a helping hand.
We hear about the need to regulate puppy sales.
Social care and housing provider Family Mosaic fears the Care sector in this country is in danger of slipping back into the Victorian era. On the eve of the Government's statement on Winterbourne we hear why. Plus a British Red Cross report highlights the value of preventative care, while reporting that more than a third of Councils are cutting these budgets.
We hear about one of the communities hitting the jackpot today as part of the Big Lottery's largest community led regeneration project.
And do we really need so many different sorts of toothpaste?
Presenter: Julian Worricker
Producer: Rebecca Moore.
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