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August 2007

Britons still ‘love and loathe’ Marmite

Marmite's 'love it or loathe it' status was confirmed when it came both top and bottom of a food magazine poll.

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Savlon withdrawn after contamination claims

Thousands of tubes of Savlon have been pulled from shop shelves due to alleged contamination by animal rights extremists.

Cheque use falls even further

The use of cheques fell at its fastest rate ever during 2006, with just under half of consumers no longer using them at all.

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Car is still transport of choice

The car is still by far the most popular mode of transport for Britons travelling in their own country, Government statistics showed today.

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New cars and hot deals, 31st August 2007

New cars and hot deals, 31st August 2007

Apple launches TV download service

Apple has launched its television show download service in the UK.

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Which? probe reveals eye test worry

Almost half of eye examinations are poor or very poor quality according to the latest undercover research by Which?

Measures to stop doorstep conmen under threat

A scheme that has succeeded in stamping down on doorstep conmen could be under threat, Which? has learnt.

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Viewers warned about digital TV rip-off

Homeowners are being urged not to get tricked into paying for unnecessary equipment in the run-up to the switchover to digital television.

Motorists given poor quality car safety advice

Car dealers could be putting customers’ safety at risk by giving them poor quality advice, Which? Online reveals today.

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