Scottish Consumers - What Next?; Reluctant Teen Apprentices; Recovering Shoplifting Debt
Consumer news with Peter White. What next for Scotland's consumers? Is the low wage making teen apprentices reluctant? And the effect of law changes on recovering shoplifting debt.
Scotland - how will the result affect consumers?
Apprenticeships are supposed to provide youngsters with good training for jobs with a future, but many are proving reluctant to take them up. Is the low wage coupled with the loss of benefits putting them off?
Civil Recovery - changes to the law mean big stores will no longer be able to chase shoplifters for damages.
Digital Identity - could banks be used by government as ID providers? A joint study by Lloyds Banking Group and the Cabinet Office suggest they could.
And find out what is created when Britain's leading designers commission up and coming young designers to make something truly unique.
Scotland - how will the result affect consumer
Change in the law affecting how shops recover money owed to them
Britain's leading designers commission up and coming young designers
Henley Retirement Benefit Scheme
The Henley Retirement Benefit Scheme - follow up
Govt trial of Identity Assurance scheme
First accessible tall ship to sail around the world docks in London
Are 16-18 yr olds from poorer backgrounds excluded from apprenticeships due to poor wages
Plans to allow patients to register with GPs outside their area put back to January 5
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