Julian Worricker talks to Ron Gainsford, chief executive of Trading Standards Institute.
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Egypt's tourism industry; online music sites; parking charges; Peter White's desert trek.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Are some town centres in terminal decline?
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. North Yorkshire locals want to run bus services.
Call You & Yours with Julian Worricker. How should we deal with our collective debt?
New timeshare protection, risks of a new hair treatment and our changing shopping habits.
Consumer news, including a change in the law on the sale of video games.
Olympic Ticket fraud, healthy eating, self-storage.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.
Is it time for a radical re-think of how and where we live?
Consumer champion Martin Lewis, misleading promotions and unwanted football shirts.
Consumer news with Shari Vahl. Expensive fragrance and easy divorce online.
The man behind clothing retailer Boden and the risks of some mobile cashback deals.
With Julian Worricker. Is the importance of libraries overstated?
Consumer affairs with Julian Worricker. The problems first time buyers face.
Peter discusses reform of the ATOL holiday rules, Blu-ray disks and Olympic merchandising.
Shari Vahl discusses the case of the Premier League against a Portsmouth landlady.
The squeezed middle classes, hybrid shops and a comedian turned consumer champion.
With Julian Worricker. Are social networking sites an effective tool of protest?