Fit for work tests; holidays in North Korea; smoking outside hospitals
Work Capability Assessments for disabled people have been controversial. The company charged by the government to carry out these "fit for work" tests explains how they work, and responds to some of the criticisms. Would you consider a holiday in North Korea? Travel agents report an increase in demand for trips to the country. There's news that people who rent their home will soon have the right to challenge rogue letting agents. Is it time for NHS hospitals to demolish their smoking shelters and completely ban smoking on their premises?
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Producer: Jonathan Hallewell
Presenter: Winifred Robinson.