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August 2008

New garage code of practice launched

Motor Codes of Practice: scheme aims to weed out cowboy garages

Shake-up of bookings could spell lower fares

New proposals on air and rail travel to be debated by the European Parliament next week could mean lower prices and increased choice for consumers next summer.

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Abbey cuts mortgage rates

Abbey today became the latest lender to announce it was cutting its mortgage rates in a further sign that competition is returning to the market.

Nikon unveils digital SLR with video feature

Nikon has revealed what it claims is the world’s first digital SLR camera that can record videos. 

New cars and hot deals, 29 August 2008

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Cheap school uniforms pass Which? test

Cheap school uniforms from major high-street stores will withstand months of wear and tear, tests by which.co.uk have found.

Euro NCap to overhaul car safety ratings

The European body set up to assess car safety is overhauling its rating system in an attempt to save lives.

Five-star safety for Renault Koleos

Four of the five cars crash-tested in the latest Euro NCap assessment scored top marks for adult occupant protection, it was announced this week - including Renault’s new Koleos 4x4.

Asda mobile prices slashed

Asda is set to slash its flat-rate calls from 16p to 8p from September 1, and will lower the price of text messages from 5p to 4p.

Bank customers’ details sold on eBay computer

An investigation is underway into how a computer holding personal details of high street bank customers was sold on eBay for £35.

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