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February 2006

Duty totals rise

The value of goods that you can bring into the country from outside the EU without having to pay duty may rise, thanks to a new proposal.

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Child obesity

Today's children risk dying younger than their parents if the government doesn't do more to tackle the problem of obesity in youngsters, a new report warns.

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4×4 drivers tax warning

Motorists drive gas-guzzling 4x4 cars may be hit with higher taxes because of the environmental damage caused by the cars' high emissions.

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Consumers mistrust over pensions

Only one in nine people would trust the financial services industry to look after their pension pot, according to new research from Which?.

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Post Office plan would leave pensioners ‘stranded’

MPs have warned that pensioners will be 'stranded' by government plans to remove support for the Post Office card account.

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Pure launches Evoke-3

Pure's Evoke-3, which costs about GBP 200, allows listeners to pause and rewind live DAB digital radio for up to 30 minutes and record multiple tracks or complete radio programmes to a memory card.

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More fraud protection needed on eBay

Internet auction site eBay should be doing more to shield its customers from the growing threat of fraud, according to Computing Which?.

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Chevrolet and Kia come in for car safety criticism

Concerns have been raised over the crash safety of two new cars.

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Chevrolet safety worries

Concerns have been raised over the crash safety of two new cars.

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Radiotherapy waiting times

More than half of cancer patients needing radiotherapy to treat the disease are waiting longer than the recommended four weeks to get it.

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