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April 2006

Book chain takeover

Book buyers look to have been foiled in their attempts to stop Waterstone's multi-million pound bid to buy one of its main rivals.

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Crash tests

Two new vehicles offer limited protection to pedestrians in a crash according to tests carried out by Euro NCAP, the crash-test organisation co-founded by Which?.

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A&E care

Patients in England are confused about where they should turn for medical care when GP surgeries are closed, according to new research from Which?.

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Summer borders

Gardening Which? has trialled hundreds of perennials to find the most impressive and reliable for anyone wanting to create a dazzling summer border.

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Supermarket profits

Supermarket giant Tesco has further strengthened its grip on the retail sector after reporting record profits of GBP 2.21 billion - a jump of almost 17 per cent on the previous year.

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Interest paid

Lloyds TSBhas announced it will start paying instant interest on cheques from the moment customers pay them in.

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ASA ruling

A Kentucky Fried Chicken TV advert showing call centre workers singing with their mouths full has become the UK's most complained advert ever.

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ASA raps Sharp

Electronics giant Sharp has been criticised for wrongly claiming a TV would be 'ideal' for watching high-definition (HD) TV.

Change of tactic

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

Garden improvement

Some people spend up to GBP 10,000 on improving their gardens when they move to a new home, a survey has revealed.

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