Skint Britain: Friends Without Benefits
From shrinking Toblerones to a price row between Tesco and Marmite, Dispatches investigates Brexit's impact on the prices - and sizes - of some of our favourite brands
Dispatches goes undercover to examine wages and working conditions in British textile factories where clothes are made for some big brands
Britain's men are the fattest in Europe, our women are the second fattest, and our children are getting fatter younger. So why has Downing Street diluted its obesity strategy? Dispatches investigates.
Harry Wallop investigates why not enough homes have been built, despite promises to increase housing in the UK. Just how committed are the government to easing the housing crisis?
Reporter Morland Sanders finds a shadowy workforce of North Koreans in mainland Europe who could end up working in UK fields and factories post-Brexit
The National Living Wage was supposed to mean a pay increase for some of Britain's poorest workers, but is everyone really getting richer?
As Easter approaches, Dispatches investigates the story behind the takeover of Britain's most famous chocolate brand
Dispatches investigates who the winners and losers are under the right-to-buy scheme
Greg Wise finds out how financial advisors help wealthy clients minimise their tax bill
As how we shop changes, we increasingly rely on parcel firms to deliver our shopping. But as the number of items delivered has risen, so have complaints. Dispatches goes undercover to investigate.