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December 2009

Which? finds washing powder is cheapest

The latest Which? washing detergent test results have shown that it's much cheaper to do your laundry using washing powder than liquitabs or tablets.

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Electric BMW 1 Series

Which? takes a closer look at BMW's interesting 'Concept ActiveE' 1 Series, an all-electric concept car that brings the useable electric car one step closer...

Londoners use more cheques

A new online interactive map produced by the Payments Council shows how cheque usage, internet banking and plastic card ownership varies across the country.

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Which? success as online shops amend return rules

Which? has succeeded in getting several online stores to change their terms and conditions after we found they appeared to break rules that protect your rights.

Which? to lobby for nanotech regulation

Which? has concerns that regulation isn’t keeping with nanotechnology used in some products – and that the public may be at risk.

Kia Venga UK specs revealed

Which? picks apart the details of Kia's forthcoming Venga MPV. It might not be the most exciting car but it'll be practical and good value.

Buy now to avoid VAT hike on 1 January

The standard rate of VAT goes back up to 17.5% from 1 January 2010, so you could save by buying this month

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Which? tests reveal budget Best Buy camera

The latest Which? tests have found a budget Best Buy digital camera for under £100 - read the reviews to find out which model it is

Sky offers six months’ free ‘Broadband Unlimited’

Sky is offering its fastest broadband package - 'Broadband Unlimited' - free for six months to new and existing Sky TV customers taking out a 12 month contract.

Which? reveals scores for latest kettles

Which? has just published its latest batch of kettle results, with three Best Buys and one Don't Buy out of the 15 models on test.

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