E-cigarette advertising; Mortgage holidays; Rockers turned brewers; Rail compensation
Radio 4's consumer affairs programme. Peter White looks at the issues around e-cigarette advertising on TV, and talks to Francis Rossi about rock stars who brew craft beer.
Peter White looks at the issues around TV advertising for e-cigarettes, 'erroneous transfers' of energy supplier and your rights to compensation if your train is delayed. He also hears about a new scheme aimed at improving the experiences of dementia patients in hospital and talks to Status Quo's Francis Rossi about brewing the brand's beer.
An advert from a tobacco company is showing on TV for the first time in over two decades
Floods and design
We take a look at aid funding for flood and also design for the future
A new initiative to help hospital staff understand the experiences of those with dementia
Next week the law could be set to recognise pre-nup agreements
More on Atos and its Work Capability Assessment Contract.
A survey says 75% of rail users don't realise they're entitled to refunds or compensation
Victims of flood are being offered mortgage holidays. Can they affect your credit rating?
Status Quo have released a beer, what's turning our rock bands into brewers?
A recent report says getting mothers back into the workplace could generate £1.4bn a year
More people complaining about being switched to a new energy provider without permission.
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