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2014/09/17 11:28
2014/09/17 11:28
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A general view shows the main entrance to the Scottish Power owned Black Law wind farm in LanarkshireReuters Energy firms Npower and Scottish Power dominated the last and second last rankings in a...
2014/09/17 11:28
2014/09/17 11:28
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2014/09/17 00:16
2014/09/17 00:16
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Three websites masquerading as official channels for health insurance cards, birth certificates and passports have been banned in a crackdown by the advertising watchdog. The "copycat" websites -...
2014/09/16 10:08
2014/09/16 10:08
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Just over a quarter of UK adults have had a problem with a nuisance neighbour in the past year, a survey for a consumer group has found. The poll for Which? found that among the 27% who have had...
2014/09/15 16:26
2014/09/15 16:26
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OVER 130 people raised £2,680 for Somerset Crimebeat Trust at the annual Summerfield charity boules tournament at Woodlands Castle, Ruishton. The trust is the High Sheriff Richard Lloyd’s youth crime...
2014/09/12 21:12
2014/09/12 21:12
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Investigators from Which? discovered that one in six pieces of fish was being sold as another. In several meals, cod turned out to be cheaper haddock, while haddock was whiting. The consumer...
2014/09/11 23:44
2014/09/11 23:44
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Which? has called for simpler tariffs alongside a "credible, independent benchmark" or a "price to beat" set by regulator Ofgem against which consumers could compare costs. The watchdog said its...
2014/09/10 23:51
2014/09/10 23:51
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We've got the power... Greedy energy firms to pay back millions to customers MILLIONS of households can finally hit back at the greedy big six energy firms – by reclaiming £153million owed to...
2014/09/10 23:10
2014/09/10 23:10
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CALL: Angela Knight has called on customers to make a claim [Steve Reigate] Industry regulator Ofgem has ordered the companies to give customers their hard-earned cash back. Each of the affected...
2014/09/10 12:09
2014/09/10 12:09
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The mass roll-out of smart meters is due to start late next year and suppliers are obliged to take all reasonable steps to have them in all households and small businesses by the end of...
2014/09/09 07:56
2014/09/09 07:56
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A consumer group says The financial watchdog must force lenders to be more transparent and fair. A CAMPAIGN group has called for greater “transparency, fairness and clarity” across the UK’s £158...
2014/09/08 13:11
2014/09/08 13:11
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While experts have questioned the Iron Dome's success rate, countries are clamouring to buy the missile defence system. Israel says the Iron Dome has a 90 percent success rate, but experts dispute...
2014/09/06 00:51
2014/09/06 00:51
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The group called on City watchdog the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to clean up an industry that it claims is littered with misleading and unclear information, irresponsible lending practices and...
2014/09/05 23:12
2014/09/05 23:12
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The term 0% should be banned on credit cards that come with an upfront balance transfer fee, and high cost, unauthorised overdrafts should be accompanied with a health warning, the consumer group...
2014/09/05 10:18
2014/09/05 10:18
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Coca-Cola has agreed to put traffic light-style labels on its drinks sold in the UK to help tackle the growing obesity crisis. The move represents a major U-turn by the drinks giant, which makes...
2014/09/05 08:18
2014/09/05 08:18
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Coca-Cola Enterprises said today it planned to adopt the UK government’s front-of-pack nutrition labelling scheme to show fat, saturated fat, salt, sugar and calorie levels in soft drinks. CCE (also...
2014/09/04 10:51
2014/09/04 10:51
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Professor Chris Elliott is calling for a "robust, effective" Food Crime Unit to protect the industry and consumers from criminal activity and support better links with food crime agencies across the...
2014/09/04 03:53
2014/09/04 03:53
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PUTTING money away in savings has not exactly been the easiest of tasks in recent years, with squeezed incomes leaving little surplus “rainy day” cash. Even for those people who have been fortunate...
2014/09/02 10:56
2014/09/02 10:56
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About 2.5 million people have used an unauthorised overdraft in the last year and more than two thirds say the fees and charges are too high or unfair, a survey has found. Of those who have fallen...
2014/09/01 08:34
2014/09/01 08:34
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AN EXTRAORDINARY video of Israel’s Iron Dome seemingly intercepting 15 Hamas rockets at once is circulating on social media. The clip was shared on messaging app WhatsApp and uploaded on the website...
2014/09/01 06:47
2014/09/01 06:47
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Consumer group Which? said that energy companies should be passing on any savings to customers already struggling with a cost-of-living crisis. Which? executive director Richard Lloyd said: "It's no...
2014/09/17 11:28
2014/09/17 11:28
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