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June 2009

Seatbelt fines double to £60

The fine for not wearing a seatbelt doubled this week as part of a major government campaign to improve road safety.

Citroen announces all-new C3

An all-new Citroen C3 supermini will arrive next year, boasting impressive eco credentials and an unusual Zenith windscreen.

Consumers suspect firms of greenwash

Two thirds of consumers don't know how to tell if green advertising and green claims about products are actually true.

Energy giants told to improve complaints handling

A major survey published today has found dissatisfaction with the way gas and electricity suppliers deal with complaints from consumers.

Jamie Oliver launches kitchen appliances

Tefal has teamed up with Jamie Oliver to create a new range of electrical kitchen appliances.

Travellers must be insured for terror attacks

The travel insurance sector must answer calls for more protection against acts of terror.

Price of a cup of tea set to rise steeply

Bad news for tea drinkers in the UK - the price of a cuppa is set to rise steeply, according to The Grocer.

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Lexus reveals prices for IS 250C coupé/convertible

Lexus IS 250C coupé/convertible prices revealed. Which? takes a closer look at the sleek new Lexus IS 250C coupé/convertible.

June consumer news quiz

Just how much do you remember about the headlines from the past month? Find out with our monthly quiz.

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Spring savings figures hit record high

NS&I research has found that consumers are cutting spending and focusing on saving.

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