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March 2008

Drivers won two in three parking appeals

New parking regulations come into force today as new figures reveal that over two thirds of parking tickets appealed in 2006 were cancelled.

Banks will have to contact struggling customers

Banks and building societies will have to do more to help customers who get into financial difficulties under the new Banking Code.

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Which? tackles football stars over Pepsi

Which? is asking some of the world’s top footballers to reconsider their support of a new website from soft drinks giant Pepsi.

Strasberry signals the start of summer

A new berry resembling a cross between a raspberry and a strawberry goes on sale this weekend.

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New help for early retirement workers

The government has unveiled plans to help workers who have to retire early due to ill health but who lost their company pensions when their employer went bankrupt.

Ship passenger archives go online

Number of passengers listed in newly released records

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News quiz March

See how closely you've been paying attention to the latest consumer news - hit the start button below to find out...

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Move to stop pupils having lunchtime fast-food

Schools should consider banning kids from leaving school grounds at lunchtime to stop them filling up on junk food, according to a new report.

New cars and hot deals, 28 March 2008

For your weekly fix of car news and reviews, sign up to our NEW Which? Car email. We'll drop you a line every Friday with what's hot in the world of motoring - and some very tempting deals, too…

Royal Mail needs to make ‘sweeping changes’

Royal Mail needs to make sweeping changes to meet the needs of its customers and secure a future for itself, says the postal regulator.

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