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Teenage dancer’s alopecia wig routine is online hit

A teenage dancer with alopecia has posted a special routine online encouraging people to “enjoy whatever you love doing”. Josie Sanders, 16, from Shobrooke, Devon, loves dancing, but thought she would have to quit when…

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Want to shop online? Best have a mobile signal

Image copyright Getty Images As millions start their Christmas shopping online, there’s a warning that consumers may need to have a mobile phone, and a decent signal, to make sure their transactions go through. UK…


Online gambling firms fined and barred in crackdown

Image copyright Getty Images Three online casino companies have been fined and one has been prevented from operating in the UK following a crackdown by the industry regulator. The Gambling Commission has fined three firms…


Black Friday and Cyber Monday online shopping tips

Image copyright Getty Images Fingers are poised and trolleys are primed for the annual pre-Christmas sale extravaganza that is Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Price comparison site Finder.com predicts that British shoppers will spend £7bn…



Bald Idris Elba doll is mocked online as fans see no similarity

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The 46-year-old is due to appear in the new Fast & Furious film Idris Elba was recently named People Magazine’s sexiest man alive but fans were not convinced by…


Britain’s worst and best online retailers named by Which?

Image copyright Homebase Homebase runs Britain’s worst online shop, according to a survey by consumer group Which? The DIY chain’s website was hard to navigate, offered poor value for money and was often not up…


Online property adverts ‘refusing’ tenants on benefits

Image copyright Getty Images Thousands of online property adverts in England are discriminating against tenants who are in receipt of housing benefit, a study says. The National Housing Federation and charity Shelter examined 86,000 online…



Online sellers ‘pay for positive reviews’

Image copyright Getty Images Some online sellers are offering people free goods in return for positive product reviews, an investigation by consumer group Which? has found. Its investigator joined several “rewards for reviews” groups and…


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