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May 2009

BBC iPlayer comes to Virgin Media in HD

In a bid to compete with popular Sky+ HDTV, rival Virgin Media has revealed that the BBC iPlayer's HDTV programming is now available on its cable TV network.

New scheme to protect tenants from dodgy landlords

A proposed licensing scheme from ARLA said to protect consumers from cowboy landlords was today welcomed by housing campaigners.

3 UK Sim-only mobile deals with free Skype calls

Mobile phone operator 3 announced the launch of two new Sim-only deals on 1 May. If you have a 3G mobile phone, you can get inclusive any network minutes, unlimited texts and free calls to other 3 customers.

Mixed news on mortgage lending

Latest figures from the Bank of England and the British Bankers' Association paint a mixed picture in terms of lending to consumers and businesses.

Houses are becoming more affordable

House prices are within reach of even more people figures reveal, with affordability at the same level it was over 10 years ago.

Renault revises popular Clio

The Renault Clio has just been subject to a comprehensive makeover, incorporating new looks and new trim levels.

Tesco launches new health insurance options

New private medical insurance options from Tesco are 'flexible and straightforward' says retail giant.

Personal insolvencies soar by 19%

Bankruptcies in England and Wales up by 23.4%, while sequestrations in Scotland rocket by over 100%

Electric Citroën C1 ev’ie arrives

Citroën C1 ev'ie electric car is built by a UK company and is on sale now. Which? gets a first look at what may be the future of motoring.

Fiat steps in to save Chrysler

Fiat announces partnership to keep Chrysler alive the day after the ailing US car giant was forced to file for bankruptcy.

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