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March 2009

Laser eye surgery advice misleads consumers

Some high street clinics are giving unsatisfactory advice about laser eye surgery, and pressuring customers into expensive treatment options, Which? reveals.

A third of young drivers ‘given first car’

More than a third of young drivers are given their first car as a gift, according to a new survey.

‘Facebook database’ proposal fuels privacy row

Home Office proposals requiring social networking sites like Facebook to log details of their users' movements are completely unworkable, a privacy campaigner said today.

Ford to increase prices by up to £1,000

Ford is to increase prices across its entire range of cars on 1 April, it was announced on Tuesday.

Homeowners ‘can’t afford home repairs’

More than one in 10 homeowners who has had a problem with their property in the past three months had to borrow money to get it repaired, research showed today.

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Twittering ‘to be taught in schools’

Traditional subjects could be replaced with blogging lessons for primary school kids

Canon details 15.1Mp EOS 500D digital SLR

Canon has announced the EOS 500D digital SLR with HD video recording mode. Scheduled for a UK launch in May with a retail price around £870 (body only)

Energy direct debits are ‘free loans’ to firms

Gas and electricity suppliers are using their customers’ money as ‘interest-free loans’ by taking unnecessarily high direct debit payments each month.

New VW Golf GTI available to order

Volkswagen has announced the pricing for its brand new Golf GTI – the sixth generation version of this iconic performance hatchback.

Flip launches the ‘world’s smallest HD camcorder’

The Flip Mino HD, successor to the popular standard definition pocket camcorder, is available now from Firebox

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