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Rising food prices and soundalikes on adverts

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The boss of Britain's largest mobile phone company is demanding the government give the go ahead to roll out the new generation of mobile broadband- known as 4G - this summer.

The much criticised Care Quality Commission says its carrying out unannounced visits to care homes as part of its plan to beef up its inspection programme.

Voicing over adverts is big business to the lucky owners of distinctive voices but could you tell a sound alike from the real thing?

Pricey food is here to stay so how should consumers and manufacturers respond to ensure we can still eat well and within budget?

The boss of the leading Green Energy company explains why we must continue to invest in renewable power despite the prospect of cheap and plentiful gas recovered from shale making electricity harvested from the sun, sea and wind relatively even more expensive.

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Mon 30 Apr 2012 12:04
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