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September 2010

New Audi, Seat and Skoda models debut in Paris

Which? Car News: Sporty concepts from Audi and Seat plus Skoda's first electric car, the Ocatvia Green E Line, debut at the Paris Motor Show. Which? Car has the latest.

Jet-powered Jaguar wows Paris crowds

Jaguar has wowed journalists at the Paris Motor Show by unveiling an ultra-efficient jet-powered supercar.

Tesco takes on Mothercare as it opens baby store

Tesco has unveiled plans to trial a specialist baby shop within one of its stores, following a boom in its baby and toddler equipment sales.

Energy customers to get price hike warnings

Following a year-long Which? campaign, Ofgem has announced that energy suppliers will soon be made to give their customers advance warning of energy price rises.

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Halifax promises extra interest for Isa transfers

Cash Isa Promise pledges to pay the new higher interest from the day of application, rather than making cash Isa customers wait

Food colours linked to hyperactivity

New rules mean any food and drink containing certain food colours must carry a warning on the label, but they're found in a wide variety of food items.

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Virgin Media boosts broadband upload speeds

Virgin Media has announced a free increase in upload speeds for its fibre optic broadband customers.

Payphone charges cheaper than a mobile

BT recently raised the minimum charge for making a call from a payphone by 50%, from 40p to 60p.

Unacceptable substitutions at online supermarkets

A new Which? survey has found that one quarter of members who shop at online supermarkets had received a unacceptable substitution in the past two years.

Hearing aid shops failing customers

A joint Which? and RNID investigation finds hearing aid shops are failing customers, some failing to do basic assessment and testing or spot worrying symptoms

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