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November 2010

Honda Jazz refreshed for 2011

Which? Car News: The Honda Jazz is a Which? Car favourite. And the Japanese manufacturer has made its supermini even better for 2011.

DAB radio switchover to proceed as planned

The UK-wide switchover to DAB radio seems likely to go ahead, as the goverment gives little ground to consumer concerns over the proposed national switch from FM radio to DAB.

Most consumers ‘pay £84 too much for electricity’

More than 60% of EU consumers would save money by swapping to the least expensive tariff for their electricity bill, according to a study carried out by the European Commission. 

Chemical to be banned from baby bottles

Bisphenol A (BPA) - a potentially harmful chemical added to polycarbonate plastic, is to be banned from use in baby bottles throughout the EU from next year.

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Cost of Christmas rises

The Pittsburgh National Corporation has tracked the cost of gifts from the traditional song, 'The 12 Days of Christmas' for 27 years.

Are you clearing your screen before driving?

Which? Car News: 37% of us are driving with poor visibility out of at least one of our car windows. And an alarming number are driving with poor visibility out of both the windscreen and back window.

Burst pipes prompt £900m insurance claims

Insurance companies paid out over £900 million in home insurance claims that arose due to pipes bursting last winter.

Nissan Leaf wins Car of the Year

Which? Car News: The all-electric Nissan Leaf has been voted Car of the Year by a panel of European journalists. But will it follow in the poor-performing footsteps of former award-winners?

Age UK launches annuity service

Age UK's annuity service is a partnership with Premier Retirement Services. Users can telephone for advice and assistance and obtain online annuity quotes.

New look Vauxhall Antara with lower price

Vauxhall has updated the Antara with a 181bhp diesel engine. We give you all the details.

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