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How to stop unsolicited calls - Telephone Preference Service

If you want to stop getting unsolicited calls (namely sales or marketing calls), getting your phone number registered with the TPS should be your first port of call. 12 more words

Useful Contacts

From Agent Orange to GMO, to Cookware and Exposures of Daily Life....

It’s all about chemicals–bringing yes good but also insidiously and lethally bad things to life….DuPont, Dow Chemical and Monsanto, and collaborations thereof, have done much to advance human progress and much to undermine it with a history of production/utility casualties, cat ‘n mouse games and lawsuits marking their decades of product development. 519 more words

Environment

O2’s signal failure leaves us immobile in Chester

Can you offer any advice for the thousands of O2 customers in Chester who have been struggling to cope with a terrible mobile signal? The O2 shop in Chester told me they were aware of a problem and blamed it on the fact that a mast isn’t working. 16 more words

Midlands Business

BHA punter’s forum off to a flying start

Breaking news – 18/08/2015 16:31:40

We genuinely welcome this initiative and hope it is a success.

As our regular readers know we get nearly everything wrong. 805 more words

Going to university this autumn? Do you know your consumer rights?

Students starting courses this year may not know everything they are entitled to and should expect from their universities. Here is a short guide to your consumer rights that might help you: 16 more words

Our bookmaker ‘Wall of shame’; what about yours?

Social media is now full of screen-grabs of bets that have been refused or restricted. Due to recent varied media coverage, NOW seems to be an opportunity to raise the profile of this practice to higher levels. 707 more words

Bookmaker shock: Punters are not filth & scum

Breaking news – 07/08/2015 18:01:16

In a radical new move off-course bookmakers are going to treat punters like customers. A spokesperson for the Association of British Bookmakers (ABB) which represents many in the industry said to us, “ 369 more words