A Consumer Rights Bill covering goods, services, digital content and unfair contract terms is expected in the Queen's Speech.
For the first time a British patient has given evidence against the man who ran the PIP company.
Hotpoint has issued a safety notice over for 71,000 of its dishwashers which could be a potential fire hazard.
As it reaches a premium price in China supermarkets here are rationing baby milk powder to two cans per customer.
ITV News has reported on the dangers of faulty white goods still in homes despite recalls. Today, a faulty Bosch dishwasher caused a fire.
A father whose son was killed when his cooker malfunctioned is calling for a change in the law governing how faulty products are recalled.
Falls in temperatures are hitting home and business finances alike.
As temperatures plummet there is concern over energy supplies. The amount of gas in storage has been run down as homes turn up the heating.
For the government it's a matter of policy, but tomorrow's Budget will have implications on ordinary people's pockets. Here's a preview.
Chancellor George Osborne will deliver the Budget tomorrow but what is in store for the sinners, shoppers and savers?