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October 2009

UK economy still in recession

Figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have revealed that the UK economy failed to grow in the third quarter of 2009.

British firm launches ‘1p a mile’ scooters

A range of 'affordable' electric scooters has just been launched by e-motive, a new British company.

New fraudster techniques emerge

Following the recent announcement that card fraud losses have fallen in 2009, two new fraud techniques threatening consumers emerged 

Millions of UK pensioners pay too much tax

£250m too much tax paid by 1.5m pensioners, according to new National Audit Office (NAO) report

Stake your own claim, says Which?

A Which? undercover investigation has revealed that some claims management companies are discouraging consumers from independently claiming back charges or PPI.

Online retailers defiant in face of postal strike

Online stores tell customers that postal strike won't cause parcel and postage delays or late deliveries

Deprived kids ‘more likely to die on roads’

Child pedestrians from deprived areas are four times more likely to be killed or injured on the roads than those from wealthier districts.

‘World’s first’ internet bedside radio from Pure

Pure has announced yet another addition to its DAB radio line-up - the internet-connected Siesta Flow.

Which? online shops survey results revealed

Which? members gave three online heroes a Which? customer score of 90% or higher in our latest survey of online shops published today.

Windows 7 outsells Harry Potter

Windows 7 is biggest grossing pre-order on Amazon of all time - take part in our live Q&A on which.co.uk or replay the action...

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