Financial Conduct Authority, Fabletics, Gambling texts
The banking regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority, wants to focus more on helping consumers and protecting them from sharp practice. We speak to the Chief Executive, Andrew Bailey, on how he plans to do that.
People who have ordered Indian Rupees from currency exchanges for their holidays are being sent old banknotes which have now been recalled by the Indian government. The travel firms say they can't help.
Prefab housing could be making a comeback. The prefabricated house was part of the plan to fix the UK'S housing shortage after World War 2 and was dreamt up by Winston Churchill. Now Ministers are planning a new wave of prefab homes in an attempt to solve Britain's housing crisis. We visit the builders and residents of prefab homes and find out if banks will be more willing to lend to buyers of prefab homes from now on.
The privacy regulator is investigating how gambling companies use and share customers details. The Information Commissioner has recieved lots of complaints from gamblers that they get lots of spam text messages and they haven't signed up to receive them.
People buying Sportswear from Hollywood actor Kate Hudson's company Fabletics say they're being caught out by monthly subscription fees they didn't realise they were signing up to. We speak to the head of the company.