The week's strongest stories from the BBC's Inside Out teams.
A Brexiteer and a Remainer chew the fat in a Midlands restaurant called The European.
. Lula Mebrahtu hears the stories of lone children who have fled war-torn countries.
Jemma Woodman investigates the truth about free-range eggs.
How to get and stay out of debt. And why is council tax debt rising at an alarming rate?
Investigating concerns raised behind the counter of the UK's biggest pharmacy chain.
Were there delays in the emergency services' response after the Manchester Arena bombing?
The man behind a property investment scheme that has left savers out of pocket.
On the trail of the accountants who disappeared leaving thousands of lorry drivers in debt
The government's controversial plan to build a tunnel to reroute traffic near Stonehenge.
Are people in the south west of England adequately protected from offenders on probation?
The plight of Indian women who have been abandoned by their British husbands.
Can having a Muslim name damage a person's job prospects?
How the artwork of the Singh Twins is being brought to life using the latest technology.
The impact long night shifts have on a junior doctor's ability to drive safely.
Seb Choudhury investigates claims that delivery drivers are being exploited.
How Inside Out's investigation of Sports Direct has changed life for workers.