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November 2006

Getflashing.com under investigation

Which? is alerting readers not to use online retailer Getflashing.com after concerns were raised about the site.

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BA planes grounded in radiation scare

British Airwayshas been swamped with thousands of calls from passengers after revelations that "low levels of radioactive traces" have been found on two of its aircraft at Heathrow airport.

Family restaurants dish up junk food to kids

Many of the UK’s biggest family restaurants are failing to offer healthy food choices to children and parents, a report claims.

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Passengers too wide for aircraft seats

Air passengers are getting too wide to fit comfortably into some aircraft seats, a new survey has revealed.

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Motorists still sceptical over road pricing

Most motorists don't believe that road pricing will sort out the problem of Britain’s heavily congested roads, a new poll has revealed.

EasyJet to sell ‘board first’ tickets

Passengers on no-frills airline Easyjet will now have the chance to jump the queue at boarding on flights for a charge of between £2.50-£7.50.

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Cosmetic surgery on credit

More than £5 million will be taken out in personal loans this year to fund cosmetic surgery, a new report claims today.

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MPs demand new safeguards after Farepak collapse

The collapse of Christmas savings firm Farepak has highlighted a ‘serious lack’ of protection for consumers, an influential group of MPs warned today.

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iTrip transmitters for iPods legalised

Transmitters that allow iPods and other MP3 players to be played over car stereos and home entertainment systems will become legal from next week.

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NHS cot locator service launched

A new service to find the nearest vacant hospital cot for critically ill and premature babies is launched today.

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