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2015/01/29 23:26
2015/01/29 23:26
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Energy companies stand to increase their profits to £114 per household over the next year, even after cutting tariffs in response to dramatic falls in wholesale prices. Ofgem's latest supply market...
2015/01/29 23:26
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2015/01/28 14:33
2015/01/28 14:33
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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 last month that up to one billion...
2015/01/28 01:50
2015/01/28 01:50
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Li Ka-shing’s 02 power play must clear hurdle of regulatory approval Consumers fear that fewer phone operators in UK will result in higher bills Li Ka-shing: a week before his interest in O2 was...
2015/01/26 17:41
2015/01/26 17:41
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On Record Store Day (April 18), Numero Group will release a box set compiling Ork Records' entire 16-single 1975-1979 output. Co-founded by Television manager Terry Ork and Charles Ball, it was a DIY...
2015/01/24 00:37
2015/01/24 00:37
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They said the announcement yesterday of the planned takeover of the O2 network by Three, via its parent company, the Hong Kong conglomerate Hutchison Whampoa, could change the UK mobile market...
2015/01/23 15:25
2015/01/23 15:25
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The six largest companies, which account for 90 per cent of the market, all ranked towards the bottom of the table in the latest Which? energy company satisfaction survey. A Black Country MP today...
2015/01/23 06:09
2015/01/23 06:09
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Mary Louise Wilkens was born on August 1, 1936, in Carroll, Iowa. She was the daughter of William and Olive (Piper) Wilkens. She attended school and graduated from St. Mary's Catholic School. On...
2015/01/22 08:09
2015/01/22 08:09
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Green energy supplier Ecotricity ranked top for the second year running with an approval rating of 85 per cent. Richard Lloyd, executive director of Which? said: “For the fourth year running, smaller...
2015/01/21 08:51
2015/01/21 08:51
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Banks and building societies are not doing enough to help their loyal customers The average account pays just 0.67 per cent, according to Moneyfacts.co.uk, while many pay no interest at all. Now the...
2015/01/20 11:12
2015/01/20 11:12
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Plans to make it easier to compare and switch cash savings accounts were announced by the City regulator today after it found £160 billion of funds were earning the same or less than the 0.5% Bank of...
2015/01/20 09:56
2015/01/20 09:56
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Consumers could be paying NHS dentists more than they need to because practices are not clear enough about their prices and the treatments patients are entitled to, according to a watchdog. Existing...
2015/01/20 00:12
2015/01/20 00:12
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In these times of 'colour revolutions' language has been turned on its head. Banks have become the guardians of the natural environment, sectarian fanatics are now 'activists' and the Empire protects...
2015/01/19 09:52
2015/01/19 09:52
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Customers are being charged at least three times the price that their suppliers pay for fuel Despite a dramatic recent fall in gas and oil prices, energy companies have forced a 13 per cent hike on...
2015/01/18 19:17
2015/01/18 19:17
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Thriving fuel firms were accused of profiteering at the expense of UK families as it emerged gas bills across Europe fell as ours soared. Nearly a million elderly people are at risk as the cost of...
2015/01/18 17:02
2015/01/18 17:02
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Consumer watchdog Which? has published a report that says people in Britain collectively lose £5.4 billion every year due to unsuitable phone contracts. The research pinpoints two reasons for the...
2015/01/16 18:41
2015/01/16 18:41
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Which? slams "shocking" UK mobile company practicesMobile & tabletsby Alexander Sword| 16 January 2015Millions of mobile customers are overpaying by being on the wrong contract. Consumer watchdog...
2015/01/14 07:24
2015/01/14 07:24
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She was born in Jamestown on Dec. 6, 1962, the daughter of Alvin Lloyd, who died March 3, 1999, and Alma McMahon Lloyd, who died June 22, 2003. Betty had been employed in the housekeeping department...
2015/01/12 22:47
2015/01/12 22:47
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For almost 45 years the iconic Cadbury Creme Egg has remained a firm family favourite. But American owner Kraft has broken the spell by ditching the distinctive Dairy Milk shell for a cheaper...
2015/01/12 16:06
2015/01/12 16:06
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Beloved TV vicar Geraldine Granger is due back on our screens on March 13 in aid of Comic Relief. Dawn French will once again star as the Vicar of Dibley in an episode inspired by the Church of...
2015/01/12 02:40
2015/01/12 02:40
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Supermarkets should make a joint stand and show consumers they are serious about a potentially fatal food poisoning bug by taking a "more visible and co-ordinated industry wide approach" against the...
2015/01/29 23:26
2015/01/29 23:26
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