Gambling adverts on television
Why are there so many adverts on television for gambling, and do they cause harm? How do you know if the eggs you buy are really British? Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.
Why are there so many adverts on television for gambiling and do they cause harm? How do you know if the eggs you buy are really British? We'll be hearing how banks are monitoring fraudelent activity on our accounts. And are cheap perfumes just as good as expensive. We'll be comparing high street and supermarket bargains with their more costly counterparts.
Eco Political Update
An update on what happens to the ECO money on energy bills
Parkinson's Care Funding
We find out why health boards are being accused of failing thousands of people
The planned tests to make sure that eggs being marketed as ritish really are from the UK
We find out what some people are doing with the ashes of their loved ones
NPower's Gary Eznuff explains the change that will effect 1,460 of the company's workers
Are there too many adverts for gambling on Television?
Is there much difference between expensive scents and the supermarkets' own brands?
We hear why some landlords aren't happy with letting agents
Carolyn Atkinson explains the damning report on an NHS centre where someone died
Egg FraudThe British egg industry is looking to use technology to check the authenticity of its produce. It's thought some foreign eggs might be being passed off as British.
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