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January 2008

EU backs GDA food label scheme

Which? has slammed the European Commission over plans to back a food labelling scheme that we've proven is flawed.

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Hundreds die each year as they won’t buckle-up

Hundreds of people are being killed in road crashes every year because they're not wearing a seat belt.

Currys axes patio heaters

Electrical chain Currys has announced it’s to stop selling patio heaters.

Energy firms criticised over complaints

Energy companies must be made to take customer complaints more seriously, says a consumer watchdog.

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Banks raking in £111 a second in charges

Unfair overdraft fees are continuing to swell bank coffers by £111 every second – while a High Court test case questions the charges.

Site launched to help you find lost savings

The banking industry has launched a new website to help reunite people with savings languishing in forgotten accounts.

British Gas rapped over ‘misleading’ green claims

A British Gas television ad has been pulled for containing misleading green energy claims.

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Tesco to stop taking cheques

Tesco will no longer accept cheques at its tills from next month.

Apple overhauls iPhone tariffs

Call and text tariffs for the Apple iPhone are being overhauled less than three months after its UK launch.

More eBay sellers must offer PayPal

Internet auction site eBay is forcing more of its users to offer PayPal as a payment method when they sell goods online.

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