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2015/03/06 01:09
2015/03/06 01:09
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Richard Lloyd, executive director of Which?, called for a charge cap on so-called drawdown products, which allow customers to leave their money invested as they take income. "We want the Government...
2015/03/06 01:09
2015/03/06 01:09
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2015/03/04 08:57
2015/03/04 08:57
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Rutland Town voters spend $3M surplus Rutland Town voters approved a $700,000 highway garage and other measures to spend a recently discovered $3 million surplus. In town meeting balloting Tuesday,...
2015/02/26 23:08
2015/02/26 23:08
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A SHOCKING three quarters of chickens sold in shops are infected with a deadly bug, a study has revealed. And one in five had the very highest levels of campylobacter on their skin. Watchdog the...
2015/02/26 12:09
2015/02/26 12:09
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It said customers "should not be left to manage the risk" after finding evidence that shops were able to cut levels of campylobacter by half. Marks & Spencer said a trial of five new policies,...
2015/02/26 02:10
2015/02/26 02:10
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ANNOYING: The government is finally taking action against nuisance calls and texts [GETTY] Culture minister Ed Vaizey is to make it easier to impose penalties of up to £500,000 - with bosses possibly...
2015/02/24 16:01
2015/02/24 16:01
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Online payday lenders will be ordered to publish details of their products on at least one price comparison website under plans by the competition watchdog to make it easier for borrowers to shop...
2015/02/19 18:31
2015/02/19 18:31
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Poll: What is your favourite supermarket?Waitrose: Nick Ansell/PA Wire Thursday, February 19, 2015 Waitrose has been voted the best supermarket in the UK, narrowly reclaiming the title from last...
2015/02/19 11:36
2015/02/19 11:36
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Consumer group Which? says British Gas is not doing enough to reduce customers' bills when wholesale gas prices have fallen. It comes after British Gas reported a sharp drop in profits for the first...
2015/02/19 10:37
2015/02/19 10:37
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The shadow Energy Secretary, Caroline Flint, said: “This report confirms that Britain’s energy market is broken and that radical action is needed to protect consumers.” The consumer group Which? also...
2015/02/17 18:51
2015/02/17 18:51
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A poll of 7,000 train travellers throughout Britain looked at journeys both commuter and leisure passengers had taken in the 12 months ending November 2014. Of the 21 train companies, Virgin Trains...
2015/02/17 15:13
2015/02/17 15:13
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The shocking new research comes from consumer group Which?. It warns that the mostly older and poorer people living without the internet who use the heavily advertised directory enquiries services to...
2015/02/16 08:57
2015/02/16 08:57
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Voters get choices on town ballot Races for two offices in Rutland Town � delinquent tax collector and a two-year School Board seat � will be on the March 3 ballot. Christopher Howland, 63, is...
2015/02/13 18:23
2015/02/13 18:23
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Almost half a million people suffer food poisoning each year. Which? looked at data from 398 local authorities and created a food hygiene map of Britain. Along with Enfield, the city of Edinburgh...
2015/02/13 01:47
2015/02/13 01:47
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Restaurants in singer Adele’s home town are the dirtiest in the country, watchdog Which? found. Enfield, in North London, has 46% of cafes, takeaways and restaurants failing to meet basic cleanliness...
2015/02/12 14:31
2015/02/12 14:31
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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 last month that up to one billion...
2015/02/12 08:22
2015/02/12 08:22
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THE University of Bolton has been criticised in a Which? report about universities' course change policies. The report found that the University of Bolton was one of a number of “providers with terms...
2015/02/11 01:11
2015/02/11 01:11
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TREAT: A tasty doner won't actually contain lamb [REX] Many of their late-night treats don’t actually contain any lamb. Food investigators found no trace of the meat in a fifth of lamb dishes...
2015/02/07 17:26
2015/02/07 17:26
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Patients who complain about their care are being let down by "appalling" NHS investigations, a highly critical review has found. More than a third of probes into deaths or avoidable harm at hospitals...
2015/02/06 16:18
2015/02/06 16:18
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The cost of calls between mobile phone operators is set to fall after the industry watchdog proposed a new cap on charges. Ofcom said that mobile phone termination rates - where networks charge each...
2015/02/05 01:10
2015/02/05 01:10
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Which? said three in 10 universities also use terms that they consider to be bad practice and likely to be unlawful, including the University of Aberdeen, University of Edinburgh, and the University...
2015/03/06 01:09
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