Hidden care home reports, Food allergies, Preserving your tattoos
Consumer news. Melanie Abbott investigates payday loan brokers raiding bank accounts, plus new EU laws will help allergy sufferers know what's really in their meals.
New EU laws will help allergy sufferers know what's really in their meals.
Payday loan brokers raiding bank accounts.
Would you like your tattoo to live on after you die? We ask the UK's most tattooed man, King of Ink Land, why he's having his preserved.
The Netflix users tricking their computers into thinking they're in another country.
We report from the National Children and Adult Services Conference about the government's plans to merge health and social care.
Producer: Lydia Thomas
Presenter: Melanie Abbott.
Payday Loan Brokers
Hundreds of people a day are having money taken from their accounts unexpectedly
Yorkshire Building Society
The FCA has fined the building society more than £4m for letting down mortgage customers
Food Allergies and Restaurants
A new EU law will force restaurants to give information about potential food allergens
National Children and Adult Services Conference
LGA predict a £4.3 billion funding black hole in social care by the end of the decade
Welsh Personal Independence Payments
Capita's Director of Disability Assessments, Dr Stephen Duckworth
A Netherlands company is offering to remove your tattoos when you die, then display them
How location spoofing is proving useful to people who use TV streaming services
National Children and Adult Services conference
Can integration of health and social care be successfully implemented in 2015 Care Bill?
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