Channel 5 has teamed up with payday lenders Wonga to make a new endurance show for the channel.
Only an irresponsible parent allows unlimited iPad access. Children are not allowed to put items in supermarket trolleys without permission - the principle is identical.
Fast action needed to stop more people falling victim to the rogue lenders
Payday lending advertising could be banned under hard-hitting new rules being considered by the new City Watchdog.
The people's champion
Just days after an advert selling payday loans featuring reality television star Kerry Katona was branded “irresponsible” and banned, the former bankrupt is back on our screens in a new advert for the same company.
Parents have been forced to stump up an extra £30 million after their kids have got hold of their smartphones and iPads.
After Independent on Sunday revelation, provider now spells out the real costs to new credit card applicants
Businesses are banned from today from automatically imposing excessive charges when customers use credit or debit cards to pay for a holiday, an air or train journey, a concert ticket or a visit to the theatre or cinema.
Gareth Thomas, the MP for Harrow West, has written to the Office Of Fair Trading
Tough new laws aim to stop short-term lenders taking advantage of vulnerable people in financial need
Watchdog launched a study last September to investigate accusations of predatory pricing by supermarkets
Sophisticated software is allowing businesses to monitor our internet shopping and use the information gathered to offer us personalised prices.
Rogue payday lenders who rip-off vulnerable people face instant closure under a new crackdown set to be introduced next spring.
Websites offering cheap group buying, cashback and other offers should not be taken at face value
Misleading adverts from group-buying websites that offer deals and discounts have prompted a rising number of complaints.