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Olympic legacy, Transit vans, plastic bag charges

Duration:
55 minutes
First broadcast:
Friday 26 July 2013

The Olympic Park reopens to the public but the row goes on over the future of the Olympic Stadium.
The end is nigh for UK production of the Ford Transit, so what options are left if you want a British built van?
If you're in Wales and Northern Ireland you get charged for a carrier bag at the supermarket. Scotland's following suit but England isn't.
Presenter: Peter White
Producer: Mike Young.

Chapters

7 items
  • EQUITABLE LIFE

    Thousands of victims of the collapse of Equitable Life may miss out on compensation

  • Olympic Legacy

    The Olympic park opens to the public exactly a year after the games were held

  • Plastic Bags

    Plastic bags: The Welsh are using millions fewer now there’s a charge at the supermarket.

  • Proms Tickets

    Online booking fees. Are some of them just too steep?

  • Accessible Car Hire

    The car club offering a wheelchair accessible vehicle for rental for the first time

  • Banned Adverts

    Why is the UK banning more ads than the rest of Europe combined?

  • British Vans

    A blow to British van production as Southampton’s Transit plant shuts down forever

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