Sports Direct, Housing shortages, Cycling cafes
Sports Direct is criticised for how staff are treated, the government is told there aren't enough new houses, and there is a look at how cafes are tapping into the cycling market.
MPs have criticised the way in which Sports Direct staff have been treated at the depot in Derbyshire. We look at what happened and how it was allowed to happen.
The government's told there aren't enough new houses being built. We hear from one of the people behind the report.
We look at claims the holiday rental websites, Owners Direct and HomeAway, are charging TWICE for their services
Greenpeace is warning that some fashion companies aren't doing enough to completely remove toxic chemicals from their manufacturing processes.
And we hear how cafe owners are setting up cycle service sites to cash in on the boom in lycra-clad weekend bikers.
Presenter: Louise Minchin
Producer: Rebecca Maxted.
A former employee of Sports Direct tells us what it was like to work for the company
Our reporter Bob Walker's been out on his bike to investigate the rise of cycling cafés
OWNERS DIRECT FEES
Owners Direct and Home Away are accused of charging twice for their services
Are companies doing enough to remove toxic chemicals from their manufacturing processes?
A report suggests that younger workers were hardest hit by the recession
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