Supermarket Chickens; Fixed Odd Betting; Global Moving Systems
A report names supermarkets with high levels of campylobacter in its chickens, councils demand a crackdown on 'fixed odd' betting machines, and a global removal firm goes missing.
The poisonous bug campylobacter has been found in 70% of all fresh whole supermarket chickens. For the first time, the Food Standards Agency names the shops with the highest rates of contamination, and the British Retail Consortium tells us what the supermarkets are doing to clean up the problem.
Nearly 100 councils in England are demanding the Government reduce the stake gamblers can place on fixed-odd betting machines. Currently a single roulette spin can cost £100, councils want to reduce that to £2.
And missing belongings: the company that promised to help customers move abroad fails to deliver. Peter White finds out what they can do now.
Presenter: Peter White
Producer: Natalie Donovan.
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