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Phoning from abroad

Mobile phone companies could be forced to cut their charges for making and receiving calls abroad, under EU plans.

No respect for elders

England's public services are treating older people as 'second-class citizens', a report by three independent watchdogs has found.


Satellite broadcaster Sky has announced it will launch its high definition TV (HDTV) service in May.

Sports events in HDTV

The BBC's entire coverage of this summer's World Cup as well as major Wimbledon matches will be broadcast in high-definition TV (HDTV).

The end of commission selling?

Shoppers at PC World will no longer face hard-sell tactics after the company revealed it is to ditch commission-based selling.

Environmentally friendly TVs

Chancellor Gordon Brown has announced a series of measures in his budget to help make homes more environmentally friendly.

Cars expensive in UK

British motorists can make big savings if they buy a new car abroad, according to a new European Commission survey.

New TrustMark logo

A new government-backed body launches a logo today to help consumers identify decent builders, electricians, plumbers and other tradespeople.

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