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From financial services to broadband to air travel, there are several public bodies charged with protecting the consumer. But what do they all really do and can they really help?
I’ve been a bit slow to engage in a bit of ruthless switching. But that was then
Máire Whelan controversy is like Enda stashing a dead fish behind the radiator
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Criminal proceedings follow investigation by competition protection body
Conor Pope explains the impact of price cuts on cost of filling up your tank
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Buying from a registered SIMI dealer gives you legal recourse, which is vital
Brian Fassnidge of Motorcity, Naas Road, convicted of four offences
We take pride in ‘Irish’ goods made overseas but take much local produce for granted. We complain to the wrong people. And it’s brother against brother in the war over two samey teas
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It is hoped that the new Cartel Immunity Programme will make it easier to gather information
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