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November 2009

New MG family car breaks cover

Which? takes a look at MG's new family car, due in the UK before the end of 2010. The MG6 will be a fastback but with room for five adults.

Marks and Spencer vouchers for recycling plan

Families will be able to earn up to £130 a year in vouchers to spend in stores like Marks and Spencer in exchange for recycling their rubbish.

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Apple iPhone 3GS to be sold by Tesco Mobile

Tesco Mobile is to join O2, Orange and Vodafone as a provider of the Apple iPhone, according to an announcement earlier today.

Bank charges ruling marks black day for consumers

Which? condemns Supreme Court bank charges verdict

Supercar maker pulls out of deal to buy Saab

Supercar maker pulls out of deal to buy Saab. The departure of Koenigsegg means Saab's future is now in doubt.

Amica unveils self-cleaning oven

Amica has launched a new oven with an innovative self cleaning system that uses water instead of high temperatures to clean.

British Gas offers to end estimated energy bills

British Gas is giving customers the chance to and submit their own meter readings with a new online service - available on some, but not all tariff options.

Save money as Christmas shopping peaks online

Online retailers are expecting online Christmas shopping to peak on November 30, the day also referred to as 'Cyber Monday'.

Brand new BMW 5 Series breaks cover

The latest 2010 BMW 5 Series has been unveiled, featuring more efficient engines and more standard equipment. Prices start from around £23k.

Online game to improve child road safety

A new online game - Code of Everand - should reduce child road deaths by teaching children how to cross the road safely.

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