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November 2005

Empire have misled consumers… again

A catalogue shopping company exposed by Which? for its misleading mailshots has fallen foul of the advertising watchdog for the fifth time in a year.

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Pension scheme lifeline

Proposals announced today for a national pension saving scheme are a lifeline which could save UK pension provision.

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OFT raps scammers

The company behind a scam which lured thousands into calling an expensive phone line has been forced to give legal undertakings to curb its behaviour.

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Watchdogs failing

MPs in a select committee have branded the consumer watchdogs Energywatch and Postwatch 'feeble'.

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Oil company investigated

Ofgem has called for an urgent enquiry to investigate allegations that major gas suppliers have been withholding supplies to artificially push up prices.

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Nintendo wins in 2005

The portable Nintendo DS has been heralded as the most innovative new product in the Which? Awards 2005.

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Sony’s best buys

Entertainment giant Sony is the best audio visual brand of 2005, according to new Which? Awards.

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Metronet’s top honours

Internet company Metronet has come out on top as the Best Broadband ISP in the inaugural Which? Awards.

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BT enhances car security

BT has launched a new car security system which uses global positioning technology to pinpoint the location of a stolen vehicle to within a few feet.

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Bosch are the best

That's the verdict of new Which? Awards honouring the companies who have produced the best products over the past year.

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