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Yesterday, the National Audit Office (NAO) criticised the UK Department for Transport (DfT) for its unfounded claims about the benefits of the proposed high speed rail project HS2. In this article, Ronnie Cohen identifies another unfounded claim by the DfT … Continue reading
A recent survey of their web sites leads us to speculate on where retailers see themselves: most plump for the present, but a few appear to favour the last century.
A slogan appearing on the label of a bottle of apple juice leaves some of us guessing about its intended message.
The pricing of milk should be simple and clear, for milk is a staple item in every household. In reality, confusion often reigns.