Freeview interference, passport forms, dashboard cameras

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We hear if the sale of the 4G spectrum could mean a better service for mobile phone users. Plus, millions of homes could need new kit to stop their Freeview signal being disrupted by the 4G phone network.

Problems on the East Coast network have seen thousands of passengers being advised not to travel.

With a warning from the energy regulator to expect higher fuel costs, we look at why prices are rising.

A meteorite landing was captured from every angle by car dashboard cameras - popular with drivers in Russia. We find out who's using them in the UK.

With the Food Standards Agency extending its tests to other products, we hear how Europe is reacting to the horsemeat scandal.

An update on the scam that tricked jobseekers into applying for non-existent posts.

And the website that charges for starting a passport application - something that's also available for free.

Presenter: Peter White
Producer: Joel Moors.

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Wed 20 Feb 2013 12:04

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