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January 2006

Healthcare change plans

Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt unveiled the plans in a White Paper which she said would bring healthcare 'closer to people's homes'.

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Waitrose tops the shops

A Which? survey on customer satisfaction revealed Waitrose to be the top high street chain

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Shoppers snub Dixons and Powerhouse

Electrical giants Dixons and Powerhouse are among British shoppers' least favourite stores, a new Which? survey has found.

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Shopper satisfaction survey

Shoppers say Marks & Spencer (M&S;) and Next are Britain's leading clothes stores when it comes to keeping customers happy, a Which? survey reveals.

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New TrustMark logo

A new government-backed body launches a logo today to help consumers identify decent builders, electricians, plumbers and other tradespeople.

Junk food firms exposed

Major food manufacturers are coming up with increasingly novel ways to target kids

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Massive confusion on cashpoint fees

Almost half of bank customers are confused about whether they can use the Big Four banks' cashpoints for free.

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Eating fruit and vegetables cuts stroke risk

Eating more than the recommended five portions of fruit and vegetables per pay dramatically cuts the risk of suffering a stroke, a new report claims today.

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Soft drink giants relent

Leading fizzy drinks manufacturers have agreed to stop targeting kids

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Super watchdog planned

The government is planning ot create a new super watchdog which will unite many leading consumer bodies

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