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June 2009

Which? calls for consumer voice on FSA board

Thirty MPs back Which? in parliamentary motion which demands consumers are given more say on financial matters.

Jacko fans could lose out, says Which?

Following the death of Michael Jackson, Which? Legal Service provides the following advice to people requiring refunds for concert tickets.

BMW unveils greenest 3 Series ever

New 316d is greenest BMW 3 Series ever. Which? takes a first look at the economical new BMW 316d.

Government announces aims for climate deal

The UK government has set out its position ahead of the Copenhagen climate change negotiations in December.

iPhone 3GS: 400% growth in mobile YouTube uploads

YouTube is reporting that in the six days following the launch of the Apple iPhone 3GS, the number of mobile video uploads increased by 400%. 

Windows 7 UK launch pricing confirmed

Microsoft has announced the UK pricing of its Windows 7 operating system, and will offer discounts to customers who pre-order it in July. 

Fraud victims struggle to get money back

One in five victims of financial fraud struggle to get their money back from their bank according to new research from Which?

More complaints about claims handlers upheld

The ASA has upheld complaints about Claim Management UK for unconditional claims and unsolicited marketing practices.

Panasonic issues microwave safety warning

Chicken cooked using the Whole Chicken auto setting on three Panasonic combination ovens may not be safe to eat, according to the manufacturer.

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Supermarket salads get a dressing down

Salad isn't alway the healthy option, says Which? as it found a salad sold at a supermarket containing more calories and fat than a Big Mac and fries.

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