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problems with my landlord

I have an issue with my landlord.
I live in a shared house with two other tenants, I only rent one room but I have use of the facilities such as cooker, tv etc so we have a shared lounge.
The problem is my landlord and his employees such as maintenance men enter the property whenever they like without giving any of the tenants warning.
The other problem is that he just told me there are hidden cameras inside the house!!
Surely this cant be legal as I have read news articles about landlords spying on people this way!!
I did not agree in the contract to be secretly filmed, there was no mention of it.
Does this breach the part in the contract that says "The landlord agrees with the tenant that the tenant paying the said rent and observing and performing all the tenants obligations under this agreement may quietly enjoy the premises without any interruption by the landlord or any person claiming through or in trust for the landlord.
Please could you advise me on these issues, it would be greatly appreciated!

cancellation of a phone contract

My partner started a phone contract with o2 a few years ago; the on line small print stated 500mb of data came with the contract, after the first bill it showed charges of data. We contacted them via on line chat where they admitted it was incorrect information but would not allow to cancel the contract without being charged a cancellation fee. She now has a default on her credit score. We have screen prints of the web conversation and also screen prints of the original web pages where it showed the data was included in the contract.
Can we get this default reversed and take them to court?