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February 2010

£1m bill for NHS Constitution

Which? research found that nearly £1m has been spent producing, printing, distributing and promoting the NHS Constitution. But a year after its publication, six out of 10 members of the public don’t know about it.

New 3% and 5% fixed-rate Isas unveiled

Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks are launching two new fixed-rate cash Isas on Monday 1 March – both of which come with competitive interest rates.

Which? examines Virgin, BT and TalkTalk call costs

Non-inclusive call costs with providers such as Virgin Media and BT could run into hundreds of pounds a year, according to Which? research into home phone call charges.

Confusing jargon masks reality of energy pricing

The link between wholesale energy prices and the cost of our gas and electricity bills is more complicated than energy suppliers would have us believe, according to an investigation by energy experts for Which?.

No need for expensive Scart and HDMI leads

Which? tests have shown that it's not worth spending a fortune on Scart and HDMI leads, no matter what the shops tell you.

Sony Bravia launches Freeview HD TVs

Sony announces the first UK TV range with integrated Freeview HD is in stores now. It will offer viewers access to a range of HD programmes including the World Cup in high definition.

Mercedes Vito van gets battery power

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled a battery-powered version of its popular Vito van.

Audi RS5 storms to Geneva Motor Show

A high-performance Audi RS5 with 444bhp is to be unveiled at the 2010 Geneva motor show, to help celebrate 30 years of quattro four-wheel drive technology.

EDF unveils longest fixed-price energy tariff

EDF’s new Fixed Price 2015 tariff gives customers the security of set prices for five years, but comes with hefty exit fees.

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Mervyn King: Banking culture must change

Witnesses from the City, the banks, academics and members of public told the Future of Banking Commission that incentives, including bankers bonuses are wrong.

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