14/04/2014

The government are expected to be give local authorities powers to limit the number of bookmakers shops on their streets and even cap the number of fixed odd gaming terminals where it's possible to blow hundreds of pounds in seconds. We'll get a bookmaker's response.

A gang who stole millions from Vodafone customers have been convicted and jailed; listen to a recording of them carrying out their scam.

Gay marriage has only just become law but what happens when these relationships break down; the rules governing divorce for same sex couples.

How consumers are being passed from pillar to post when the App or game they download doesn't work.

They used to be called bedsits but now developers have given them a make-over and they are billed as micro-homes. They are chic beautifully designed but would you want to live in one?
The government has sold loans taken out by students between 1990 and 1998 to a debt collector; what's changed and should graduates who still owe money be worried.

Ofcom is investigating a telecoms company called Unicom after complaints about the way it sells phone and broadband contracts. And it isn't just Ofcom who've had complaints from Unicom customers. We've had a lot too.

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