Brexit costs, Tickets, Engine problems
With a year to Brexit, has there been a noticeable impact on household spending? Plus why so many tickets for the Last Night of the Proms have already been sold.
With a year to Brexit, has there been a noticeable impact on household spending? We hear from two families and the BBC's economics editor.
Tickets for the Last Night of the Proms are already appearing on secondary ticket sites, because almost a quarter of seats at the Royal Albert Hall are privately owned. The Charity Commission has asked the Attorney General to consider the hall's charitable status.
And Ford has carried out recall work to thousands of Ecoboost engines, due to a problem with over-heating, but some owners claim their cars are still having problems after the fix.
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