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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?
Wide Berth to Justice
John Waite investigates the policing of crimes that take place on board cruise ships.
John Waite investigates radioactive waste buried and forgotten by the Ministry of Defence.
Why PHS Wastetech, a leading workplace services firm, is in legal dispute with 92 clients.
John Waite investigates the two billion pounds of unpaid court fines.
Open for Tourist Business?
Foreign tourists are shunning the UK because of laborious visa requirements.
The Stolen Families
The rise in parents abducting their children, fleeing abroad and evading custody orders.
High Street or High and Dry Street?
How the government's plan to save the high street is being undermined by big developers.
Scores of people with learning disabilities are ending up in forced marriages.
Pardon for the Disowned Army
John Waite follows the plight of thousands of forgotten soldiers.
The Hotels of Last Resort
The rise in homeless families being moved into bed and breakfast accommodation.
Face the Facts Update
John Waite looks at new measures to help the UK tourist industry attract Chinese visitors.
Campylobacter - the 'silent epidemic'
John Waite asks what is being done to tackle this threat to public health.
A Funny Old Business Rate System?
Delay in a revaluation of business rates could do further damage to town centres.
Who wants to be a trader millionaire?
John Waite enters the world of the DIY financial traders.
Remploy Factories - No Place to Shelter
Remploy closure and sale programme leaves around 2000 disabled staff out of work.
The UK Boomtown: North Sea industry suffers staff shortages
John Waite investigates the 'threat' of a skills shortage in the oil and gas industry.
Safety on the Line?
John Waite investigates the railway contractors who have broken the rules.
The Marcos Mystery?
John Waite investigates the Marcos mystery.
Sold Down River
John Waite investigates how rivers are paying the price for our cheap water.
The RSPCA - A law unto itself?
Is too much prosecuting undermining the RSPCA's animal welfare mission?
NHS 111 - A Bad Call?
Is the new health helpline fit for purpose? John Waite investigates.
The Defiance of Science
The commonly used medical 'drip' that may have caused thousands of unnecessary deaths.
The affordable housing that's unaffordable
The house builders who claim they are too poor to build affordable homes.
Forced Adoption and the Mums on the Run
The underground networks helping mums on the run from social services and forced adoptions
Tried and Tested?
Calls for reform of safety testing rules after thousands of women are damaged by surgery.
Little in Reserve?
John Waite investigates why the British Army is failing to recruit enough reservists.
The Country Rogue
Dozens of farmers say they face ruin after borrowing money from a Somerset finance company
London's Hidden Homes
The desperate measures some are taking to get themselves a home in the capital.
Inside the Young Footballer Industry
Professional football club academies accused of over-recruiting young footballers.
An Unqualified Failure
John investigates allegations of malpractice at one of the UK's leading training providers
A Thousand Philomenas
Investigating a mass grave in Northern Ireland.
Filling the Autism Gap
John Waite asks why parents of some autistic children are trying unproven therapies.
Charity's New Mission?: Do More, Say Less
John Waite investigates claims that charities are being silenced.
Prostitution: Red Light? Green Light?
John Waite investigates the varying approaches to street prostitution across the UK.
Britain's Legal Slaves
John Waite tracks down people who live as slaves in Britain.
Inside St Patrick's
Colleges attracting millions of pounds of public funding are under fire.
Life in Gangland London
John Waite investigates life in London's street gangs.
How can online shopping and home delivery be less harmful to the environment?
The Smart Consumer podcast with Beatrice Pickup
The Bus That Didn't Stop
Why did a pre-booked return bus journey with Translink fail?
Eye surgery, Small cars, Wine from Portugal
Eye surgery, the end of the city car and why Portuguese wine is just too cheap.
Martin Lewis answers your questions on savings.
Jacob Mills from Ubisoft
Luke Ashmead and Danny Fullbrook talk all things gaming.