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2014/12/18 17:25
2014/12/18 17:25
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Jack Monroe, the Guardian’s affordable food columnist, proposes that “Labour MPs . . . Conservative peers . . . the government and the Church” should “put all our political and ideological differences...
2014/12/18 17:25
2014/12/18 17:25
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2014/12/18 13:31
2014/12/18 13:31
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Which? warns shoppers over ‘dodgy discounts’Shoppers. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday December 8, 2014. Thursday, December 18, 2014 Some of the UK’s biggest electricals retailers are...
2014/12/17 22:03
2014/12/17 22:03
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The Culture Gabfest “I’m a Lumberjack and I’m OK” EditionSlate’s Culture Gabfest on Top Five, the seven wonders of the modern world, and lumbersexuality. Illustration by Robert Neubecker. Listen to...
2014/12/17 11:57
2014/12/17 11:57
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CSJ expands with new PA program Rutland�s College of St. Joseph will become the first college in Vermont to offer a new physician assistant program in 2016. Catherine Gemmiti, a licensed physician...
2014/12/16 11:28
2014/12/16 11:28
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The investigation from the pressure group comes ahead of the Christmas shopping rush(Reuters) Some shops are giving misleading advice to UK consumers on returning faulty goods ahead of the Christmas...
2014/12/15 12:41
2014/12/15 12:41
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HMRC's TAX HELPLINES have been slammed for being a ‘lottery' with nearly a third of callers cut off before even getting through to an adviser, a new survey reveals. In the run-up to the tax return...
2014/12/15 01:10
2014/12/15 01:10
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STRANDED: Passengers wait to check in for flights at Heathrow [DAVID DYSON] EU rules mean that airlines can refuse to stump up for problems caused by “extraordinary circumstances” such as Friday’s...
2014/12/15 01:09
2014/12/15 01:09
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The Iberdrola-owned firm was found to be the worst performing in the survey conducted by Which? looking at the call waiting times of 16 energy suppliers across the country, for both customer service...
2014/12/15 00:51
2014/12/15 00:51
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Millions are either cut off or forced to wait ages to talk to a tax advisor A survey by the consumer pressure group Which? described the service as a “lottery”. The findings into the way the tax...
2014/12/13 15:26
2014/12/13 15:26
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The boss of a major courier has promised customers hit by delays to deliveries in the lead up to Christmas: "We will get back on track." Yodel, the second largest delivery firm in the UK and used by...
2014/12/11 09:09
2014/12/11 09:09
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In particular, the FCA is concerned that people in poor health were not given so-called enhanced annuities, which provide a typical 25 per cent boost for people with lower life expectancies. In a...
2014/12/10 10:26
2014/12/10 10:26
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FIVE members of the Watchet Coastguard Rescue Team have been formally recognised for their part in rescuing a six-month-old baby from the “cold and choppy” sea. George Reeder, Tanya Allen, Simon...
2014/12/09 09:31
2014/12/09 09:31
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Companies that make nuisance calls to members of the public should be fined £500,000, a government taskforce has recommended. The Nuisance Calls Task Force said up to one billion unwanted calls are...
2014/12/08 16:41
2014/12/08 16:41
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The task force, chaired by Which? executive director, Richard Lloyd, is part of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport's (DCMS) Action Plan on nuisance calls. It was asked by the Government to...
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2014/12/08 10:36
2014/12/08 10:36
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BBC News - Nuisance calls out of control, says taskforce For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page Companies should be fined £500,000 in order to...
2014/12/08 01:49
2014/12/08 01:49
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Patients who suffer poor care "too often" face a defensive culture in the health service when they try to complain, according to a health watchdog. Half of those who did put in a complaint felt it...
2014/12/08 00:33
2014/12/08 00:33
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FEARS over developing further into the Meriden Gap saw controversial plans to build a solar farm in Berkswell rejected by planning chiefs. Proposals put forward by Green Energy UK Direct Ltd would...
2014/12/03 09:26
2014/12/03 09:26
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BRIDGWATER-based police officers, staff and members of the public received recognition of their dedication and courage at an awards ceremony last week. The ceremony was led by the High Sheriff of...
2014/11/27 20:35
2014/11/27 20:35
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Campylobacter contamination of fresh shop-bought chickens has significantly increased since August, with every major retailer failing to meet targets to reduce the food poisoning bug, results...
2014/11/27 00:51
2014/11/27 00:51
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Energy firms to repay millions to customers over faulty gas meters HOUSEHOLDS across Britain are in line for refunds of up to £50 after energy suppliers revealed that 1.5million gas meters are...
2014/12/18 17:25
2014/12/18 17:25
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