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September 2012

Consumers must be protected from Green Deal mis-selling

Which? urges the government keep its promise to protect consumers from dodgy sales practices when the Green Deal is made available.

Which? reveals Don’t Buy washer-dryers

Which? reveals two terrible washer-dryers to avoid, a fantastic model that's kind to bills and a washer-dryer with a 11kg capacity - the biggest we’ve tested.

Bankers who fix Libor face prosecution

Bankers who try to fix libor lending rates will face criminal action under a new regime announced by the Financial Services Authority (FSA).

Apple CEO Tim Cook ‘extremely sorry’ for poor new Maps app

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, today released a statement apologising for the ‘frustration’ caused by the recent release of the new Maps app.

New Eon energy tariffs: what you need to know

Eon has become the first company to offer all customers cash rewards for loyalty as part of a complete overhaul of its tariffs. It has announced five new deals and scrapped almost all of its existing ones.

Car insurance market under heavy scrutiny

The car insurance market has been referred to the Competition Commission after the OFT found that the market is not working well for consumers.

Hot money deals, 27 September 2012

Which? Money experts round up the best financial deals, from savings and cash Isas to loans and credit cards

Identikit cars on show at Paris

The new VW Golf, Seat Leon and Audi A3 Sportback, launched at the 2012 Paris Show, have spookily similar specifications

Which? reveals cheapest energy deals for winter

Which? reveals the cheapest gas and electricity deals including new tariffs from First Utility.

EDF’s new Blue +Price Promise not the cheapest

EDF has re-launched its Blue +Price promise. But First Utility has cheaper gas and electricty prices and EDF should tell you this before you sign up.

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