The new restrictions making hand luggage even smaller. Consumer news with Peter White.
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Winifred Robinson on the Green Deal take-up, and how lower-alcohol wines drive the market.
Do working families need more help with their finances?
Julian Worricker on the prohibitive cost of insurance in areas at high risk of flooding.
Consumer news with Peter White, discussing energy bills, works of art and the high street.
The companies making you pay just to receive a paper bill. Consumer news with Peter White.
Computers for £24, the best supermarket fashions, and new food labelling.
Winifred Robinson asks if we are failing a lost generation of older people.
Reduced premiums through group-buying of insurance. With Winifred Robinson.
Rural post boxes, catalogue debts and are 3D films attracting or putting off cinema goers?
Winifred Robinson discusses cancer chemicals and luxury train trips.
How will the first Consumer Bill of Rights for three decades help the public?
Do we have to accept an erosion of our right to privacy to stay safe?
Unsolicited marketing calls and the risks of black henna tattoos. With Julian Worricker.
Peter White asks why young people with disabilities are struggling to get into sport.
40,000 people are paying the wrong amount of tax, and the cost of graduation.
Why has the number of homes being insulated dived this year? Winifred Robinson presents.
What more should be done to secure the future of our high streets and town centres?
Julian Worricker asks if books can be an effective treatment for mental health problems.