Gambling gagging orders, housing minister, cheap wine
The regulator warns gambling firms to stop silencing unhappy customers with gagging orders. The housing minister on new protection for tenants.
The Gambling Commission warns gambling firms to stop silencing unhappy customers with gagging orders. We'll speak to legal experts to find out if these orders are really enforceable.
The Universal Credit claimants falling into debt after waiting 5 weeks for their first payment to come through.
The Housing Minister, Heather Wheeler, discusses how renters could now take their landlords to court over poor living conditions.
Simon Woods, Director of Manchester Wine School considers whether you can really buy a decent bottle of wine for a fiver.
How Ancient Grains like, Fonio, Freekeh, Einkorn and Teff could be the next superfoods.
And, should disabled people who can only travel abroad by ferry pay double to bring the carer or helper they need with them?
Presenter: Winifred Robinson
Producer: Lydia Thomas