Cold calls for health supplements, 50 years of Beeching and fare dodging
Consumer news with Julian Worricker, including the company that sends health supplements to the elderly, charging hundreds of pounds, whether they want them or not.
Consumer affairs with Julian Worricker. Today: the company that sends health supplements to the elderly, charging hundreds of pounds, whether they want them or not. Fifty years of Beeching's cuts to the railways - we'll be hearing what the impact of those cuts was and how many of the lines that were closed are reopening, and the protestors who advocate fare dodging on public transport.
Elderly people bought ‘health’ tablets, unknowningly agreeing to pay hundreds of pounds.
There will be court action against the company which gave PIP implants the CE safety mark.
Prisoners who work in a café in Portland in Dorset.
Part of a series looking at changes to benefits. Today: a look at Universal Credit.
Beeching 50 Years Anniversary
50th anniversary of the Beeching cuts. What’s happened since?
People all over the world dodge fares to protest high ticket prices, but does it working?
Heavy industry users of energy may have to shut down to save energy for domestic users.
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