Rail links, Cancer claims, Free insulation
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson, including the man fined for advertising claims he could cure cancer and the homes missing out on free insulation.
A man is fined for advertising claims he could treat cancer by looking at people's blood cells on a computer screen.
Changes to green levies were designed to bring our energy bills down but at what cost to people who stood to benefit from free home insulation?
And as the railway line undermined by the sea prepares to reopen we look at the long term prospects for rail links in south west England.
Presenter: Winifred Robinson
Producer: Jon Douglas.
SSE price freeze
The 2nd biggest energy company in Britain is going to freeze gas and electricity prices
How thieves are stealing our mobile phones in order to access personal data.
The Supreme Court ruled a case that may have implications for consumer credit agreements
South West Trains
The railway line at Dawlish that was torn apart by storms prepares to reopen.
NHS warned it's flying blind because no one measuring impact of deep social care cuts.
Renting Spare Stuff
How much money can you make from letting others use your home, car or other possessions?
Are patients waiting too long for community dentists to visit?
Phone thefts advice
How the government thinks more of us could keep our phones safe.
The man fined for advertising claims he could cure cancer.
Why don't more UK tenants get long-term leases?
How many homes are missing out on the government's free insulation scheme?
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