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Saturday 21 February 2009
Sunday 01 February 2009
Business Secretary Lord Mandelson is backing plans to create a "people's bank" using the 12,000-strong post office network, it was revealed today.
Thursday 29 January 2009
Retail giant H&M apologised today after thousands of shoppers were overcharged following a computer error.
Tuesday 13 January 2009
Land of Leather, the 109-store furniture specialist, yesterday became the latest retailer to fall victim to the retail crisis after a dire start to the new year sales, as data revealed that the industry endured its worst December since the early 1990s.
Saturday 20 December 2008
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Saturday 29 November 2008
Wednesday 19 November 2008
NHS staff are regularly breaching security rules by sharing "smartcards" to access patient records, according to a poll out today.
Saturday 04 October 2008
Q. I ordered a leather sofa from English Sofas, which was ripped during delivery. This was spotted by the delivery workers, who took the goods directly back to the suppliers. I cancelled the order because if the sofa is so easily ripped in transit, it will not cope with my grandchildren playing on it. I paid in advance by credit card and the cost of the sofa was credited to my account. But English Sofas refuses to refund the £85 delivery charge. SM, Gwynedd.
Thursday 21 August 2008
Four travel companies are in the running to operate the new South Central railway franchise, with the successful bidder to be named next summer.
Monday 23 June 2008
Women will be able to get the Pill online without having to visit their doctor under a new service being launched today.
Sunday 11 May 2008
Tuesday 01 April 2008
In one form or another, food stamps have been around in the US since 1939, before taking their current form in the 1964 Food Stamp Act, one of the earliest pieces of major legislation in the Johnson administration's "War on Poverty".
Tuesday 01 April 2008
Saturday 29 March 2008
Sunday 16 March 2008
Bad decisions on overseas spending could leave up to four million Britons £180m out of pocket this Easter, according to price-comparison site Moneysupermarket.
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