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Jonathan Maitland reports on the current state of the UK housing market. Is post-Brexit Britain an opportunity for millions to finally buy their own home, or should the public brace themselves for a house price crash?
Coronation Street actress Catherine Tyldesley investigates the diet industry to find out what impact weight loss has on our minds and bodies. With many of us gearing up for the summer holidays, there are no shortage of diets to help us slim down for the beach - but are quick-fix diets a sensible solution for long-term health?
Car insurance costs and premiums are on the rise again for many, despite competition and price comparison sites. Aasmah Mir investigates some of the factors driving such increases, including dodgy claims and compensation culture.
As interest rates drop to record lows and many bank accounts offer little in the way of returns, are savers now facing a crisis? Adam Shaw explores the impact of the rate cuts, and finds out what other options might be available for people trying to be smart with their money.
Murders, serious crimes and incidents involving people with mental illness seem to hit the headlines with frightening regularity. Aasmah Mir investigates whether they are being let down by a system that is not coping or caring for them properly.
Jonathan Maitland and the Tonight team investigate why hundreds of employees of public bodies every year are suspended on full pay at huge cost to the tax payer, using Freedom of Information legislation to unveil the scale of the problem.
Tonight investigates the increasingly sophisticated methods criminals are using to target the elderly and defraud them of their savings.
Robert Moore explores why many Americans feel so angry ahead of one of the most bitterly-fought and divisive presidential campaigns in history. Voters in Ohio hold the election in the balance and tensions are running high. Trump and Clinton supporters both share their fears for the future if the other side triumphs.
Fiona Foster investigates how A&E departments are coping with a record number of patients.
Ranvir Singh investigates holiday's taken during term time.