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Success: 50,000 sign up to release an exclusive track

We've unmuted an exclusive music track by George the Poet and producer Jakwob, as 50,000 people sign up to our campaign for the Government to improve complaints handling in public services.

We are taking your stories and experiences to Ministers and calling on the Government to ensure that when people speak up, their concerns are acted upon.

Our executive director, Richard Lloyd, said:

'Thousands of people have told us that they feel their voices go unheard when things go wrong with public services. Working with influential artists has helped send a strong message that it's crucial for people to speak up, and now 50,000 people have joined our campaign calling on the Government to make complaints count.'

The Government must take action to give people the confidence that their complaints will trigger change in public services. 

You can listen to the exclusive track below:

Success

We launch the Which? Birth Choice website

Our new website helps expectant mothers decide what type of birth they would like and explore local options.

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Cost of care in the home is a postcode lottery

With an increasing demand for care services, a Which? investigation finds that over the last five years some local authorities have been restricting home care and increasing costs above inflation, leading to a widening postcode lottery in care costs.
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We launch the Which? University website

Our new website helps students make more informed decisions about their higher education choices.

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