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The UK boss of Viagogo, travel companies paying for positive reviews, tackling diabetes.
M&S tackles textiles ending up in landfill, and the failure of NHS diabetes care.
Diabetes, landbanking, olive oil, clothes donation banks and plans to abolish the penny.
Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker. Is the Dangerous Dogs Act fit for purpose?
Flu jab campaigns, paternity leave and small businesses, TVs from Ikea.
Sir Andrew Motion on his latest ebook, which matches music and sound effects to the story.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.
US firms eye the UK legal online market. Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.
Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker. Can horse racing be made safer?
Artificial football pitches, e-textbooks, and the Olympic dad and his camper van.
Out of town charity shops, open gardens and better insurance for older people.
Mobile home owners' victory, B&Q's peat problem, and how fully comp is fully comp abroad.
Mary Portas' plans for the high street, and a guide to getting on with teenagers.
Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker. Should five-year-olds be tested?
What are car manufacturers doing to get customers excited about 'superminis'?
The NHS hospital that replaced controversial PIP breast implants when it shouldn't have.
Do free solar panel deals hurt your mortgage chances and Friends Reunited relaunches.
Rejuvenating Britain's high streets and criminal compensation delays
What do the Olympics mean to people who live outside London?
Bogus cancer cures, and bids to become Portas Towns. Consumer news with Julian Worricker.