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August 2011

One in five Brits feel unsafe online

A fifth of UK adults do not feel safe online, according to official data published today.

Innovative 18-month bond from Yorkshire BS

Yorkshire Building Society is extending its portfolio of savings products with a new 18-month fixed-rate savings bond.

New Samsung laptops to feature matte screens

Samsung has today announced that its new line up of Chronos laptops will feature matte, anti-glare screens in response to consumer demand

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Hot money deals, 31 August 2011

Which? money experts round up the best financial deals, from savings and cash Isas to loans, credit cards and mortgages

One in five PCTs do not offer school sight tests

Which? research uncovered a problem with sight tests in schools. One in five PCTs was not giving primary school children the vision screening they need.

ICO wants UK schools to teach data privacy

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is urging the government to make privacy part of the national curriculum.

Bank reforms should not be delayed

The Independent Commission on Banking reports on 12 September. It is expected to recommend a separation between UK retail banking and investment banking.

60 second guide to buying Paralympics tickets

The schedule and ticket prices for the London 2012 Paralympic games has now been published - we round up the key facts to know.

PPI complaints redress figures published

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has published the amount of redress paid to consumers who have complained about payment protection insurance (PPI).

Britain’s heading for a housing crisis

Britain is facing a new property crisis with soaring house prices, a lack of new ownership and insufficient places for people to buy, a new report has warned.

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