Dubai tourism, Electric car charging, Online artists
Tourists threaten to sue the government over advice on Dubai. Also charging your electric car at a petrol station and the artists going online to improve their sales.
We hear why the Government is facing legal action over the advice it gives to people travelling to Dubai.
We are out at the first electric charging point at a Shell petrol station in the UK.
The Financial Conduct Authority surveys 13,000 people to see what it's like being a consumer in the UK.
Our reporter joins police officers as they clamp down on fraudsters out to get people's money.
And the artists hoping to make a pretty penny out of painting a pretty picture online.
PRESENTER: WINIFRED ROBINSON
PRODUCE: PETE WILSON.
Up to 100 Britons bring a class action against UK FCO for poor travel advice
First Shell petrol station in the UK offering an electric car plug-in
Perfect Life Pressure
The charity Young Minds is urging that we all have time away from social media
We follow a police clampdown on criminals out to swindle people out of their money
The government has announced plans to regulate all letting and management agencies
How online is the new marketplace for artists
FCA Financial Lives
The FCA surveys near 13,000 people on what they think about being consumers
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