Breast Implant Compensation

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Fresh compensation claims are being brought against the company that was given the CE quality mark for PIP breast implants - indicating they were safe to be sold in Europe.

Switching to a new broadband provider can be a hassle. Ofcom says it wants to streamline the process and limit how long it takes. You & Yours listeners tell us their experiences.

Eating too much salt has been linked with heart disease and stroke. The food industry has targets to reduce the amount we eat. How well are they working?

And 80% of the world's almonds are grown in California. So what does a drought in the west coast state mean for the price of the nut?

Presenter: Shari Vahl
Producer: Natalie Donovan.

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Wed 12 Feb 2014 12:04
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Flooding: How you can help

The National Farmers' Union

Farmers, particularly those in the South West and South East, are facing flooding which has seen thousands of acres of land underwater. Parts of Somerset have been submerged for weeks.

With further wet weather forecast, they are battling the elements moving stock to safety and urgently trying to find dry feed.

Here's how you can help and what the NFU is doing.

Farmers wanting to donate supplies of silage and straw should arrange delivery to Sedgemoor Livestock Market by calling 01278 410 278.

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