Tuition fees, Green Deal scams, Gap insurance
New report suggests the planned rise in tuition fees in England may not save the taxpayer any money. Plus a look at green deal scams and pressure to buy gap insurance for your car.
A new report from the Institute of Fiscal Studies suggests the government's plans to increase tuition fees for students in England may not save the taxpayer any money. We'll talk to the author of the report.
Citizens Advice warns that seventy percent of queries to them about Green Deal are about scams.
We look at the idea of gap insurance - and whether high pressure sales pitches when you are buying a car should be allowed, and as two of the biggest TV shopping channels close - is it the end for the road for buying what you see.
A report claims government plans to revamp uni tuition fees won't save taxpayers money
We catch up with Walter Davies, who's fighting Npower for money he says they owe him
Citizen's Advice says its inundated with queries about Green Deal scams
We hear how 2 of the big TV shopping channels disappeared from our screens
House Renting Thievery
Who has responsibility for the people viewing your property when on the rental market?
A listener tells us how a car salesman became aggressive when he refused extra insurance
Presenter Mark Ryes tells us about the final days at Shop at Bid and Price Drop TV
Is it worth taking your phone to a repair shop instead of sending it to the manufacturer?
Small Claims Court
Why are fewer people in England using the Small Claims Court?
How the recent tragedy in Nepal could mean no more climbing Everest this season
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