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July 2009

Sainsbury’s to sell TVs and laptops online

Supermarket Sainsbury's has added non-food products from brands like Sony, Apple and Le Creuset to its website range.

Consumers to get compensation more quickly

Consumers and small businesses will get compensation more quickly if a financial institution goes bust

Hoover launches washing machines for big loads

Hoover has unveiled two new high capacity washing machines, the 10kg Dynamic 10 Wash and the Dynamic 10 Steam.

Health MOTs are a concern, says Which?

Private health checks or ‘MOTs’ can be poor value for money and could even be bad for people’s health, according to an investigation by Which?

Candy launches combined oven and dishwasher

The Trios cram a six place setting dishwasher, 39 litre oven and ceramic or gas hob into the 60cm space of a freestanding cooker.

Microsoft profits fall by a third

Microsoft profits decline amidst falling PC sales

FSA betrays financial services customers

Which? slams financial regulator over inherited estates used to cover mis-selling costs

Motorway drivers face ‘rip-off’ prices

Motorway service stations are charging up to four times more than supermarkets for bottled water, according to new research.

Which? reveals the UK’s most reliable car

The new Honda Accord was named the UK’s most reliable new car in this year’s Which? Car survey.

EDF fined £2m for poor customer service

EDF Energy Networks distributes electricity to nearly 8m homes in London and eastern England, failed to connect new customers within the three months required.

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