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2006

TV campaign to promote food labelling scheme

The Food Standards Agency will launch a campaign to promote ‘traffic light’ food labels in an effort to help consumers make healthier choices.

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Gardeners warned over peat use

Environmentalists have voiced concerns about the continued use of peat by amateur gardeners.

Shoppers warned over festive spending spree

Which? is warning many Britons face a New Year financial hangover after it emerged the average person has spent £700 on the Christmas season.

Vehicle-scrapping scheme welcomed

Car owners will be able to have their old vehicles scrapped for free under a new scheme that comes into force on 1 January.

Thomson scraps fuel supplements

Britain's biggest tour operator has announced it’s scrapping fuel supplements on its holidays.

Millions wasted in ‘take back’ hassle

Over a million people won't be returning unwanted presents this Christmas because it is too much hassle, Which? reveals today.

Thieves target car gadgets

A new survey has reveled that the theft of gadgets from cars is growing, with satellite navigation (sat-nav) systems a particularly popular target.

Severe fog causes flight chaos

More than 350 flights are expected to be cancelled from Heathrow Airport today as thousands of Christmas travellers face a battle with the weather.

Junk food ad ban ‘seriously flawed’

Many of the TV shows most popular with children will not be covered by proposed new advertising restrictions, Which? warns today.

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Watchdog raps allergy claims advert

An advert for Piriton is criticised for failing to back up claims about the number of allergy sufferers in Britain.

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