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June 2009

Brits ‘don’t know rules of European roads’

As many as 10% of British motorists plan to drive in Europe this summer, a new survey shows, but many don't know the basic rules of the road.

Old Woolworths shop celebrates 100,000th customer

Former Woolworths store Wellworths has celebrated its 100,000th customer after just three months of trading.

Insurance initiative could help thousands

The Association of British Insurers has launched a plan to provide people on low income with affordable home contents insurance.

OFT warns consumers about ‘debt sale’ scams

Regulator takes action against companies offering to buy consumers' debts without lenders' permission, branding them 'misleading' and 'too good to be true'

Thames Water bills up 17% over next five years

Thames Water today defended its planned price increases as it announced pre-tax profits of £435m for the year ending 31 March.

Ocado to predict when you’re running out of food

Online supermarket Ocado.com is launching a new feature on its website that means it can predict when you are running out of items you have ordered.

Green appliances top kitchen wish list

Forget kitchen TVs or American style refrigerators - green gadgets are the most sought after kitchen items according to a new survey.

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City car news from Toyota and Smart

A new range-topping engine for the Toyota iQ, and the latest on the electric version of Smart's ForTwo city car.

ASA rules against claims firm ad

A press ad for claims management firm www.Loan-Free.co.uk has been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority.

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Parents confused about child car seat rules

More than a third of parents underestimate the age or height at which a child can travel without a car seat, reveals Which? today, as Child Safety Week begins.

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