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September 2008

Which? calls for sweeping PPI reforms

Which? has written to the Financial Services Authority (FSA) calling for an overhaul of the PPI market.

Renault reveals price of new Mégane

As already reported, the new Renault Mégane makes its debut at the Paris Motor Show next month.

Volkswagen Golf GTI concept unveiled

This is the new Volkswagen Golf GTI, although VW is calling it a ‘concept’ when it’s unveiled at the Paris Motor Show later this week.

One in six drivers break child seat law

Many drivers are putting children's lives at risk by ignoring child seat legislation.

Gas and electricity profits should be paid back

MLAs in Northern Ireland have said recent gas and electricity price hikes by Northern Ireland Electricity and Phoenix Gas are unfair

Online Viagra service offers drug without GP visit

Men will be able to buy Viagra online without having to visit their GP using a new service from Lloydspharmacy and website DrThom.

Personal details found in a fifth of used gadgets

At least one in five second-hand mobile devices still contain sensitive or personal information, says a BT and University of Glamorgan study.

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Bradford and Bingley nationalised

Bradford & Bingley is to be nationalised to prevent the bank collapsing. The government will take control of the bank's mortgage and loan business.

MFI saved by buy-out

Furniture retailer MFI is to continue trading as normal after a management buy-out was agreed. This will protect jobs and customer orders, said MFI.

Financial complaints – new name and shame deal

The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has unveiled plans to give further details about companies that are the recipients of regular complaints by consumers.

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