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2005

Fake DVDs and CDs seized in raids

More than GBP 1.5 million-worth of pirated goods including DVDs and CDs have been seized in a series of raids.

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New guide to green claims

Shoppers searching out bargains in the post-Christmas sales should beware certain 'eco-friendly' logos that aren't all they appear, says a new government guide.

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Pest threat from imported plants

Gardeners are unaware of the environmental threat posed by pests and diseases from imported plants, according to the Royal Horticultural Society(RHS).

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Store card changes not enough

Measures proposed today to prevent shoppers running up huge bills on high-interest store cards don't go far enough, says Which?.

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Crazy Frog frenzy

Thousands of mobile phone users who ran up big bills downloading the Crazy Frog ringtone could be in line for a refund.

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ITV News Channel axed

ITV has announced it is to axe its News Channel a month early so that staff can have a break over the festive season.

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Comet backs down

High street chain Comet has admitted giving bogus information to shoppers about the benefits of its high-definition television (HDTV) sets.

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Your rights online

Millions of UK shoppers are getting a raw deal because they don't have the same rights as their Continental counterparts, according to Citizens Advice.

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How to cheat call centres

A website is set to give out tips on getting round companies' automated call centre systems.

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British gas strikes

British Gashas said it will do its 'very best' to protect vulnerable customers during a series of strikes by its heating engineers.

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