24 Jun 2010Paying the price for getting marriedHotels, florists and hairdressers can make serious cash out of your big day and our research reveals some inflate their quotes when they hear the word 'wedding'
24 Jun 2010How much for a takeaway cup of tea?Which? hit the High Street to find just how much a takeaway cup of tea cost from nine major outlets - and found some charging nearly double for the same teabag
24 Jun 2010Thousands face home insurance problemsHomeowners who live in a flood risk area, and know it, yet fail to disclose the fact when seeking home insurance face having any flood-related claim dismissed.
24 Jun 2010Coalition to bring forward state pension age risePensions Minister, Steve Webb, today launched a Review to consider when the state pension age should be raised to 66. The previous government had set a target of 2024. The new administration intends to advance this, but not before 2016.
23 Jun 2010Beware end of fixed energy tariffsExperts are advising Brits to compare and switch tariffs now, as eight fixed deals from the ‘Big Six’ energy providers are coming to an end.
23 Jun 2010World Cup fuels online spendingUK shoppers spent an average of £73 per person online last month in the run up to the World Cup - with online sales at a two-year high, according to new figures
23 Jun 2010Child safety warning for parents at homeFour children are admitted to hospital every hour after an accident in the home, according to new figures published to coincide with child safety week.
23 Jun 2010Double glazing sales tactics exposedMisleading claims and hard sell tactics are being used by double glazing salespeople to get homeowners to sign on the dotted line. Which? gives advcie about how to buy double glazing.
23 Jun 2010Apple sells three million iPads in 80 daysThree million iPads have been sold globally in less than three months since the tablet computer’s US launch, the makers of the iPhone and the iPod touch said yesterday.
22 Jun 2010VAT increases in emergency budgetGeorge Osbourne has annouced that VAT will increase from 17.5% to 20% from 4 January 2011, although zero-rated items such as food and children's clothing remain exempt