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March 2007

ITV and Setanta win FA Cup rights

ITV and Setanta have secured a new £425 million deal to screen FA Cup and England home football internationals.

Driving licence fee to rise

Drivers are facing a series of registration and licence fee rises.

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OFT launches wider study into bank charges

A much anticipated crackdown on bank charges has been delayed after the government announced an in-depth study into the issue.

Probe to examine 999 web calls

Customers making phone calls over the internet cannot always get through to 999 numbers, according to the telecoms regulator.

BAA faces airport ownership probe

BAA's ownership of London's main airports was under threat today after the operator was referred for a full-blown competition inquiry.

BBC announces mobile TV trial

The BBC has joined forces with Orange, Vodafone and 3 to offer TV and radio shows on 3G mobile phones.

Which? arms parents against junk food marketing

Which? is empowering parents in the fight against junk food with the launch of a new Kids’ Food Campaign Toolkit.

Channel 4 leading new digital radio bid

Channel 4 is leading a consortium which plans to launch 10 new digital radio stations, it has been announced.

Millions caught in credit card heist

Hackers stole the bank card details of millions of British and American shoppers in what is thought to be the world's biggest credit card heist, it has been revealed.

Minister announces Blue Badge scheme reforms

Parents whose toddlers rely on bulky medical equipment may soon be able to apply for disabled parking badges.

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