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Sugar tax, Fish fraud, Student loans

Behind the scenes at Ribena to see how they are dealing with the new tax on sugary drinks. Plus the Universities Minister talks to Peter White about student loan debts.

We go behind the scenes at Ribena on the day the tax on sugary drinks is introduced.
The amount a graduate has to earn before they start paying off their student loan is going up. But how much will this help the average student in England who now has a debt of £50,000? Peter White puts that to the Universities Minister.
And how do you avoid falling victim to "fish fraud?"
With Peter White.

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45 minutes


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  • University Fees

    Minister for Higher Education Sam Gyimah tells us about changes to University fees.

    Duration: 07:28

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    Ice cream is getting a 'Lo Cal' makeover.

    Duration: 05:50

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    Is there a downturn in the home improvement trade?

    Duration: 04:39

  • Fish Fraud

    Fish fraud is a global problem, but what is fish fraud?

    Duration: 07:04


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