Keep calm and carry on
Why the Students Loans Company is taking millions of pounds each year from former students who do not owe them anything at all.
Why the Students Loans Company is taking millions of pounds each year from former students who don't owe them anything at all.
As over 500 new books hit the shelves today in the hope of cashing in on Christmas sales, find out what "Super-Thursday" means for both the big chains and independent stores.
Wales becomes the first part of the UK to introduce a levy on plastic bags.
And, "Keep Calm and Carry On" - The battle for the trade mark of the wartime slogan that was never used.
Producer - Joe Kent.
Student loan overpayments
Why the Student Loans Company is taking millions of pounds each year from former students which it isn’t owed.
Mis-selling of mobility aids
The Office of Fair trading is promising to stamp out unfair sales practices of mobility aids.
Following a BBC investigation, the movie subscription service has suspended its dealings with a company it uses to sell it service and is reviewing both its sign-up and cancellation policies.
Welsh plastic bag levy
From October 1 shoppers in Wales will be charged 5p for bags. John Griffiths, Environment Minister for Wales, says he expects to see a 90% reduction in bag usage in the first year.
John Waite visits the Dutch university attracting an increasing number of British students.
Keep Calm and Carry On
A legal dispute has begun over who can use the wartime phrase "Keep Calm and Carry On".
Booksellers' "Super Thursday"
As over 200 new hardbacks go on sale today in the hope of cashing in on the Christmas market, what does it mean for independent book sellers?
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