Poorly drafted wills, holiday insurance, and the latest on horsemeat
The family feuds caused by poorly drafted wills. There are calls for will-writing to be more tightly regulated. Should people who suffer from dementia and wander from home, be tagged so they can be tracked down? The Foreign Office issues a warning that all British holidaymakers should take out travel insurance when they to abroad, but what are the risks of doing without? The latest on the horsemeat scandal.
Producer: Jonathan Hallewell
Presenter: Winifred Robinson.