Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt unveiled the plans in a White Paper which she said would bring healthcare 'closer to people's homes'.
A Which? survey on customer satisfaction revealed Waitrose to be the top high street chain
Electrical giants Dixons and Powerhouse are among British shoppers' least favourite stores, a new Which? survey has found.
Shoppers say Marks & Spencer (M&S;) and Next are Britain's leading clothes stores when it comes to keeping customers happy, a Which? survey reveals.
A new government-backed body launches a logo today to help consumers identify decent builders, electricians, plumbers and other tradespeople.
Major food manufacturers are coming up with increasingly novel ways to target kids
Almost half of bank customers are confused about whether they can use the Big Four banks' cashpoints for free.
Eating more than the recommended five portions of fruit and vegetables per pay dramatically cuts the risk of suffering a stroke, a new report claims today.
Leading fizzy drinks manufacturers have agreed to stop targeting kids
The government is planning ot create a new super watchdog which will unite many leading consumer bodies