Changes to the rules regarding private pension withdrawals mean some retirees are planning on raiding their pension pot to take luxury holidays or pay of debts. Michael Buerk asks if the state will be left to pick up the pieces.
As parties launch their General Election campaigns focusing on Britain's economic recovery, Morland Sanders investigates the reality of the workforce today and shows how major companies are saving money on wages and taxes.
British motorists were told that diesel would be the cheap, environmentally friendly fuel of the future but growing concerns over harmful emissions and the reliability of emissions tests have led to calls for surcharges or bans on diesels.
The number of parking tickets issues by private firms has rocketed since 2007, with more than 2.5 million issued annually. Reporter Antony Barnett goes undercover to investigate why complaints against them have also grown.
Dispatches goes undercover once again to expose the cash-for-access scandal of MP's accepting fees to provide access to government. This time two former Foreign Secretaries are the target of the sting operation.
The Government has vowed to clampdown on benefit claimants and has introduced a new system of sanctions against those it thinks are abusing the system. Liz MacKean meets those hit by the new penalties.
The Government is introducing the new Universal Credit in the biggest welfare reform in a generation. It is claimed the new benefit is helping people back into work, Dispatches investigates claims the new system is a shambles.
In the run-up to the General Election, Antony Barnett presents an undercover investigation into the way in which donors can pay to attend social functions with government ministers to discuss "issues".
How does Sports Direct sell it's trainers and clothing so cheaply? Harry Wallop examines the hidden costs behind the success of the high street store who have been accused of "reprehensible" business practices.
As rail passenger numbers hit an all-time high Morland Sanders goes undercover inside one of Britain's biggest rail operators to examine the key problems of ticket pricing, overcrowding and compensation claims.
Interest rates are at their lowest in 300 years, Channel 4 News Business Editor Siobhan Kennedy reports on the problems facing savers and examines some of the options available to them in a confusing market.
Seyi Rhodes examines how some schools and pupils are coping with the stresses and strains of the exam system by bending the rules. He speaks to 'whistleblowers' within the education sector who reveal some of the tactics used.
In this hour-long special report Dispatches meets with four families who all have children who suffer from mental illness. The lack of local residential care means these youngsters have to be separated from their loved ones to seek help.
In this one-hour special report Dispatches reveals the brutal regime millions of women face when living under the control of the so-called Islamic State and meets a dedicated team of men risking their lives to free them.
Millions of people are plagued by nuisance callers trying to sell them things that they don't want, Dispatches goes undercover to investigate the cold calling industry and meets the people fighting back.
Discount supermarket chain Aldi continues to go from strength to strength, recently overtaking Waitrose as Britain's sixth biggest supermarket. Morland Sanders goes undercover to see if quality and service are suffering.
The Government has promised to help create 3 million apprenticeships alongside a new national living wage. Dispatches investigates claims that some employers are wasting public money and abusing the trust placed in them.
Around 800 companies hold royal warrants and it is thought that they make an extra £4 billion a year because of it. With the stakes so high, Antony Barnett examines the system of granting royal approval.