Telephone charges, Loneliness robots, Animal welfare
Why callers to a free government telephone line are still being landed with big charges, and the robots allowing children too ill to go to school to link up with their classmates.
Why callers to a free government telephone line are still being landed with big charges.
The supermarket chain accused of breaking promises over animal welfare.
And the robots allowing children too ill to go to school to link up with their classmates.
Presenter: Winifred Robinson
Producer: Jon Douglas.
Why people are being charged for "free" calls to local job centres
Sainsbury's 'Broken Promises'
The supermarket chain is accused of breaking a promise over animal welfare standards
Are YouTubers being clear enough on how they are getting paid?
The children too ill to go to school who are using robots to link up with classmates
How do cashback websites that reward customers with money back from their purchases work?
- Mon 16 Apr 2018 12:15
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