Freeing Up Your Pensions; Dangerous Dogs
How a plan to free up a pension did not go according to plan for one listener. Also, how dangerous dogs need new curbs and the attraction of Habitat 50 years on.
How a listener's plan to free up his pension may not be working out the way he'd hoped.
Also how an MP and a postie found themselves on the wrong side of dogs.
New data roaming charges come in for mobile phones tomorrow, how will that affect you?
Can a loan be taken out against your car without you knowing?
A year into their role we talk to the woman trying to make sure suppliers and supermarkets forge a better working relationship.
And 50 years on from the opening of Habitat, we look at its appeal then and the role it plays now in Britain's interior design schemes.
Pension Liberation part 1
What happens when you try to cash in your pension early and it disappears
50 years on how has it changed the way we shop?
80% of supermarket suppliers say they're still dealing with bad practice from grocers
Simon Calder on how a cap on mobile phone roaming charges could affect those in the EU
Pension Liberation part 2
The company that's suffering as its name is similar to one that's upsetting investors
Log Book Loans
Calls for a change to a law that allows logbook loan companies to reposses vehicles
Dangerous Dogs Act
Amendments to the Act mean dog attacks on private property are a criminal offence
Pension Liberation part 3
The Pensions Advisory Service urge caution when doing deals to free up cash in pensions
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