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Losing out to Lehman's
The investors who unknowingly bought into Lehman Brothers and could now lose their capital
The Long Wait for a Law
How can a landlord be allowed to bulldoze your mobile home?
High Rise - Low Safety
How a fatal tower block fire has exposed poor safety standards in similar buildings.
Fraud in France
Ex-pats' retirement dream in France is left in tatters by British fraudster.
John Waite investigates the fines for fatal health and safety mistakes that are never paid
A recruitment scheme which left jobseekers thousands of pounds in debt and without work.
India's City of Tomorrow
John Waite reports from India on a controversial development involving Oxford University.
The payment processors who refused to pass on customers' money to online travel firms.
Fire Safety Disorder
As firms are fined over fire safety, John Waite discovers government breaches of the law.
With swingeing cuts in the pipeline, how well are universities managing their money?
A false economy and a failure of justice for both asylum seekers and tax payers.
The grieving families waiting years for answers. John Waite investigates delayed inquests.
When domestic violence leads to murder, why do police keep missing the danger signs?
Money To Burn
The Fire Service is wasting millions of pounds of public money.
The foreign workers abused and exploited by agencies placing them in UK care homes.
John Waite investigates allegations that speculators are pushing up the price of food.
John Waite on the impact of the collapse of housing maintenance firm Connaught.
John Waite investigates negative stories about Muslims in the UK press.
Doctors in the Dock
Is the General Medical Council the right organisation to regulate the medical profession?
Northern Ireland Water
John Waite investigates what went wrong at Northern Ireland Water.
John Waite investigates the crash of a Belfast commuter flight.
The charities and businesses owed money for sports advertising they never received.
Schoolchildren across the UK have been left without the skiing trips they paid for.
Saving Lives in Seconds
Investigative series looking at stories around the UK: the hidden killer in our hospitals.
The Loan Cowboys
John Waite investigates the debt management firms which have left people worse off.
The "scandal" that has left up to 1.5 million people addicted to prescription drugs.
Mister Bollywood and the Case of the Missing Millions
John Waite meets the owner of a Dubai property company and some of his unhappy clients.
Mind The Funding Gap
Why Edinburgh now needs £228m of public money to salvage its part-built tram line.
'Bogus' jobs at the Jobcentre - John Waite investigates.
The Disowned Army
John Waite reports on the Irish war heroes shunned for fighting in the Second World War.
Fitness to Practise
After critical reports and resignations, is the UK's dental regulator fit for purpose?