Blogger Ashley Morrison talks about the frustrations of living with a stammer and gives advice on how to improve fluency. Plus do web filters really protect your children online?
We'll talk to blogger Ashley Morrison about the frustrations of living with his stammer. He'll give some practical advice on how to improve fluency - and his top tips are less bizarre than some road tested by Lionel Logue in the award-winning film about King George VI, the King's Speech.
Plus the European Commission has found that one in five web filters aren't working effectively. So if you don't want your child viewing porn, self harm or pro anorexia sites online, we'll tell you ways to protect them on their laptops, at home and on smart phones. Will a new Kite Mark make it easier to choose a filtering product?
Blocking unsuitable websites
New research by the European Commission confirms Ofcom research that website filters are unwieldy and ineffective.
The car which means you can make calls, write emails and eat sandwiches as you travel - safely and legally.
Is the tourism industry doing enough to meet the needs of disabled travellers? And if not, it is missing out on a potentially lucrative market?
Boarding pass ruling
A judge in Spain has ruled that it is illegal for Ryanair to penalise customers who fail to print out a copy of their boarding passes. What is the significance for the rest of Europe?
How accurate is the portrayal of stammering in the King's Speech and what practical help is there for people who stammer? We hear from Ashley Morrison who has a stammer.
Compensation Scheme Review
With customers still waiting for compensation after the July collapse of tour operator Goldtrail, The Association of British Travel Agents is calling for the ATOL claims process to be overhauled.
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