GP surgery premium lines, social housing, human hair extensions
Some GP surgeries are still using premium telephone lines three years after the government asked them to stop. Plus, how should social housing be organised and paid for in future?
Disabled people who've been told that they can find work with the right help are turning up at Job Centres for that help only to be told they are too ill to work.
Britain is going hair extension crazy with sales increased five fold in three years but should consumers worry about where those made from real human hair come from?
Could making homes in factories and assembling them on site cut the costs and boost the energy efficiency of new homes?
How should social housing be organised and paid for in future?
Some GP surgeries are still using premium rate phone lines to take calls from patients three years after the government asked them to stop.
How is London Fashion Week using social media to boost its profile in the global industry.
Job Centre Plus
Why are Jobcentre staff referring disabled people to welfare rights organisations?
Sales of hair extensions are soaring. But where does it all come from?
Could making housing components off site lead to better and cheaper homes?
How should social housing be organised and paid for in the future?
London Fashion Week
How London Fashion Week is using social media to boost its profile in the global industry.
More than 500 surgeries in England are still using premium rate phone numbers.
We hear from the One Direction star at London Fashion Week.
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