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September 2009

Marks and Spencer slashes returns policy

Which? has criticised Marks & Spencer for slashing the amount of time its shoppers have to return something by nearly two-thirds.

Which? slams energy firms over price delays

Which? has criticised rules which allow energy companies to charge higher prices for up to 65 days without telling their customers.

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ISA changes for over-50s

Over-50s to get more tax-free savings allowance from October 2009

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September consumer news quiz

Just how much do you remember about the headlines from the past month? Find out with our monthly quiz.

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Disney netbook branded marketing spin

Asus and Disney team up on netbook

Higher energy bills for cash and cheque customers

Customers who pay energy bills by cash or cheque are still being charged more than those paying by direct debit, a consumer group claimed today.

Npower and British Gas worst for customer service

The big six suppliers of gas and electricity (Npower, British Gas, EDF Energy, Eon Energy, Scottish Power and Scottish & Southern Energy) received some of the worst customer satisfaction scores Which? has seen overall this year. 

Number of uninsured drivers rises

Sky high car insurance premiums are driving more young, insured motorists off the road.

HTC Tattoo to launch in October

The HTC Tattoo will launch next month and is already available to pre-order from Vodafone

Palm Pre to launch in UK on 16 October

O2 has confirmed that it will exclusively launch the hotly-anticipated Palm Pre in the UK on 16 October

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