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With fly-tipping in the UK reported to be at its highest level for a decade and enforcement failing to keep pace, Michelle Ackerley looks at why so much rubbish is being dumped and the high-tech solutions that are being used to try to turn the tide.
GPs are working harder than ever before, yet patients are still struggling to get appointments. With the Government admitting they're not on track to meet their target to employ 6,000 new GPs, and in the middle of the most difficult winter the NHS has ever faced, Dr Amir Khan looks at how we have got here, the impact this is having on the rest of the NHS and what the solution could be.
After strong demand for used cars in 2022 - and ahead of the 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel cars - motoring journalist Ginny Buckley looks at the affordability and reliability of electric cars. Is now the right time to trade in for an electric vehicle?
For many Brits, so-called cosmetic 'tweakments' - such as lip filler and anti-wrinkle injections - are a way to enhance your appearance and give a boost in confidence. However, these procedures have also resulted in distressing and at times lasting damage for a growing number of people.
In Britain there are 40 million cars and finding somewhere to park them is proving problematic. It can lead to disputes over spaces on the streets we live in and those we work and shop in. Reporter Adam Shaw takes a look at what can be done to tackle the country's parking problem.
Britain has been in the grip of its worst flu season for almost a decade, and catching a cold or flu can have a huge impact on our health, the economy and the NHS - what can we do to protect ourselves, and is it possible to 'boost' your immune system? Reporter Kylie Pentelow finds out.
As the Government vows to 'stop the small boats', Adil Ray explores the UK's asylum crisis and our attitudes towards migrants of all kinds, and he also asks just what Britain's problem is with immigration anyway.
The number of households renting in Britain has doubled in the last two decades - Datshiane Navanayagam looks at the reality facing Britain's renters as demand outstrips supply.
The UK has the largest regulated online gambling sector in the world, but is it all harmless fun? Paul Brand looks at the Government's bid to reform gambling laws.
Customer complaints are said to have risen to their highest levels for more than ten years, but what happens when you take on big companies? Adam Shaw finds out.
7,000,000 on the NHS waiting list means 7,000,000 stories of fading health, pain, and the fear that treatment may come too late - as experts warn of a deadly toll, record numbers have turned to private healthcare both here and abroad. ITV's Health Editor Emily Morgan meets some of those selling homes, taking loans, and fundraising in order to buy back their health.