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Renowned financial journalist Paul Lewis gives money-saving advice and expert analysis of the big issues affecting readers. He also presents BBC Radio 4’s Money Box.
The broadcaster, journalist, author and University Challenge quizmaster shares his unique wisdom every month in his diary column.
As one of the country's best-known GPs, with 26 years' experience in practice, Dr Mark Porter gives his expert opinion on any health issue, from a sprained wrist to chronic disease.