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Jonathan Vernon-Smith with the phone-in, consumer issues and your stories.
It's that time of year when people decorate their homes in multi-coloured lights.
Over 4,500 fines have been given to people using phones when driving in the three counties
Luton is facing the worst housing crisis for 20 years.
A new book for young children goes on sale in the UK today, called "Maggie Goes on a Diet"
Owners of dangerous dogs could face up to two years in jail, under new proposals.
UK internet users have been found to be amongst the world's keenest online shoppers.
A report to be published later today is expected to say our high streets are in crisis.
Over 200 MPs are backing a report to teach lessons on finance on the national curriculum.
David Cameron has decided to opt out and veto any change to the European Union Treaty.
Girls at a school in Buckinghamshire are being banned from wearing skirts next term.
A study says living healthier lifestyles could prevent more than 40% of cancers in the UK.
Designated drivers are being offered free soft drinks to stop drink driving at Christmas.
Tonight's BBC Panorarma looks into pricing mistakes and misleading claims in supermarkets.
A survey has found 38% of people think disabled people are a burden on society.
1,500 mums say that since they gave birth their partners see them as mothers, not lovers.