15/04/2010

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UK airspace is closed completely after plumes of volcanic ash threaten flight safety. What can travellers do if they have had to change their travel plans, and when will the ash disappear? Consumer protection and the Election - The three main political parties tell us what their manifestos say on issues of consumer protection.

Why the Chinese are investing in technology that will allow them to extract uranium from waste coal ash.

On hearing news that workers at a Danish brewery have been on strike over plans to cut their daily ration of free beer, Ian McMillan stands up for the perk at work.

Holidaymakers on P&O's Oceana are angry at extra costs for medical help.

Jon Moulton, the private equity veteran who has saved Reader's Digest from administration, reveals his plans for the brand.

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