Heating oil costs, solar panel woes, shocking electrical work
As heating oil prices have more than doubled in five years, we hear how one family were forced to live in one room last winter. Plus how can you avoid shocking electrical work?
As heating oil prices have more than doubled in 5 years, we hear how one family were forced to live in one room last winter, and ask the Energy Minister what can be done to help those in fuel poverty.
We'll hear how the airlines might be able to use your internet history to tailor what flights they offer you, and at what cost.
And as 1 in 4 of us use unqualified electricians carry out work on our homes, we'll find out how you avoid a shock when it comes to your wiring.
Royal Mail Performance Targets
Ofcom says service must improve after Royal Mail miss key performance targets
Experimental Drugs To Treat Rare Diseases
Could a new government strategy speed up use of experimental drugs on patients?
How can consumers ensure they hire a reliable installer?
Email Virus Fraud - How Does It Work and How To Avoid It?
We hear from Carsten Maple, professor of Applied Computing at Bedfordshire University
Are extended warranties ever worth the paper they're printed on?
Airline Repeat Pricing
How could the New Distribution Capability affect what you pay for a flight?
Energy Minister Michael Fallon on the rising cost of heating oil
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