Buy-to-let trouble, Thorntons turnaround, child tax credits

A buy to let landlord has been left with huge bills after a tenant set up a cannabis farm in his property. His insurer says his policy doesn't cover malicious damage, so he's being forced to sell up.

The UK's biggest high street chocolate company is fighting back after a tough recession. Thorntons have restructured their business and are now performing well. Winifred Robinson speaks to the company's Chief Executive.

It's child tax credit deadline day. We hear from parents frantically trying to get their details to HMRC.

Presenter: Winifred Robinson
Producer: Simon Browning.

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