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  1. Inside the Accident and Emergency wards

    Inside the Accident and Emergency wards

    Morland Sanders reports on how our Accident and Emergency wards are coping

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  2. Water companies and Floods

    Water companies and Floods

    Antony Barnett reports on where your money is going when you pay your water bill

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  3. Are you addicted to sugar?

    Are you addicted to sugar?

    Gary Rimmer reports on the facts behind our sugar addiction

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  4. Can You Trust Your Surgeon? Help and Support

    Can You Trust Your Surgeon? Help and Support

    A list of help and advice websites

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  5. Demystifying Energy Bills

    Demystifying Energy Bills

    From reporter Harry Wallop

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  6. Energy Bills Exposed - Reporter Feature

    Energy Bills Exposed - Reporter Feature

    It’s that time of year again. As temperatures drop and we reach for the thermostat, a bill rise from an energy company never seems far off.

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  7. Secrets of your Pay Packet - Q&A

    Secrets of your Pay Packet - Q&A

    Ian Moss and the Specialist Support team at the Citizen Advice Bureau compile answers to some important questions

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  8. Undercover in NHS 111

    Undercover in NHS 111

    "Working undercover, I was shocked by what I found..."

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  9. South Africa's Dirty Cops

    South Africa's Dirty Cops

    An investigation into police brutality in South Africa.

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  10. Diets, Drugs and Diabetes - Q&A

    Diets, Drugs and Diabetes - Q&A

    Dr Carl Heneghan, Clinical Reader and Director of the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, University of Oxford answers some important questions.

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