Iron Bridge, self-destructing emails and the rise of keg beer

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The London Taxi company has been saved by Chinese money but does the cab have a future anymore now competitors have moved in. A UNESCO poll of world heritage sites says Ironbridge in Shropshire is a better day out than the pyramids or the Taj Mahal. The nationwide van hire man told he could go to jail if he hangs on to customers' deposits. Former Energy Minister Charles Hendry has joined a charity campaigning against fuel poverty. The email that guarantees you won't receive spam when you buy online. How real ale fans are learning to love keg beer. Linda McCartney, the vegetarian convenience food range, gets a make-over. Internet TV is costly and complicated but research shows people who buy tend to mostly watch movies on services they can get on their regular sets.

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55 minutes

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Fri 1 Feb 2013 12:04
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