M&S, Restaurants with Diners Who Don't Show Up, Double Strength Beers
Consumer affairs programme. A look at Marks and Spencer's latest profits, which have been unveiled while the chain plans more store closures.
With more of their stores set to be shut down, we look at the full year profits of M&S.
Are charities ready to cope with the tough new data protection legislation that could see their donations drop?
The restaurants battling back against the customers who book a table but don't show up.
And is it all a matter of taste? We'll look at the growing popularity of double strength beers.
Winifred Robinson presents.
M&S have seen profits plunge due to the result of a hundred stores closing down.
Restaurant owners claim customers think it's acceptable to book tables and not show up.
Some staff at the supermarket chain Iceland share their worries about working practices.
Double Strength Beer
Indian Pale Ale is being brewed much stronger and it's the latest thing in craft beer.
Second Charge Mortgages
More people are taking out mortgages on their homes with a secondary lender.
GDPR And Charities
Charities are set to lose millions of pounds in donations due to new rules around GDPR.
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