21/06/2010

As an investigation is launched to see if public bodies are doing enough to stop disabled people being harassed and abused. Julian Worricker speaks to a woman whose experience led her to campaign against disability hate crime and be awarded an MBE for her achievements. We'll ask why some people are reluctant to treat this type of crime seriously.

Plus, are we about to see the end of unlimited downloads on mobile phones? O2 has put a cap on what customers can do with their smartphones and industry experts think other firms could follow.

And, are dentists risking patients' oral health by offering them treatments that are not approved by the NHS? We've got evidence that metal, other than gold, is being offered for tooth caps despite it not being allowed on the Health Service.

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