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October 2010

Fool’s gold – top ten mis-named savings accounts

Which reveals the ten most misleading savings account names - our free Which? Savings Booster will help you find the best.

Bosch launches blind-spot sensor system

Bosch has released a brand new ultrasonic sensor blind-spot assistant, which can detect if another vehicle is alongside or diagonally behind when you're changing lanes.

Negative news on battery recycling

Poundland and Lidl are still flouting battery recycling rules, six months after we first revealed that stores were failing to comply with EU regulations.

Cosmetic surgery victory

Which? reader wins victory against major cosmetic chain after face-lift leaves her scarred

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Older women charged more for car insurance

60 year old women are charged up to £80 more by car insurance providers, according to research from Which?.

New Legal Ombudsman launched

A new complaints service has been launched to offer redress for consumers who have been poorly served by lawyers.

Mobile broadband services perform poorly

New research from Which? reveals that mobile broadband services aren't up to scratch, compared with traditional fixed-line broadband services.

Out of date insurance law must go

Which? is calling for a review of archaic insurance law so that consumers are not penalised for failing to disclose something that they do not deem relevant.

Patients want better health information

Patients tell Which? what health information they want as the government proposes a better information system

Big brand websites not what they seem

Which? has found that kitchen appliance websites branded with major retailers such as Boots, Debenhams, House of Fraser are actually run by a different company.

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