Care home ratings, cycle safety, banned ale labels, improving broadband
Will a triple dip recession affect the way you shop, what you spend or save? A new Parliamentary report suggests £1 billion should be spent on improving cycle safety; we hear from an innovative group of cyclists copying the police to be safe on the roads.
A new study reveals eighty five percent of people would want to know they are terminally ill. Under what circumstances should the information be withheld from a patient?
The first ever ratings website launches that will help people to choose, compare and comment on care homes and other care services. A brewer is refusing to change his beer bottle labels; it risks being withdrawn from sale after a high court ruling. Can New York City follow their European city friends and embrace cycling?
Presenter: Peter White
Producer: Simon Browning.