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Stephen looks at the new VAT being imposed on hot pies and sausage rolls.
Stephen looks at how the tanks strike could affect people in Northamptonshire.
Stephen looks at the Citizen’s Advice Bureau taking over Consumer Direct.
Stephen looks into how best to claim back payment protection insurance (PPI).
Stuart looks into plans to impose a minimum price per unit of alcohol.
Stuart speaks to the manager of a charity which aims to help young people get fit.
Lunchtime talk entertainment, solving your consumer issues plus advice and topical items.
Stephen looks into why NHS Parking charges have risen sharply.
Stephen finds out how many people check the calorie content of their food regularly.
On 1 October employers will have to automatically enrol their employees in a pension.
Stephen spoke to Anglian Water about what this ban means to people living in the county.
Stephen Rhodes in for Stuart this week looking at the consumer issue that affect you.
Stuart looks at the number of important regeneration projects taking place in Northampton.
Stuart looks into hundreds of disabled workers facing redundancy as‘Remploy’ closes.
After receiving complaints about parking tickets at KGH the chief executive joins the show
KGH says 120 people have been wrongly sent letters from a debt agency for parking fines.
Stuart looks at a report which has found that families are facing income issues.
Stuart looks into new warnings that poor maths skills are ruining people's lives.
Stuart looks at the government condemning councils who have put up council tax bills.