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July 2012

15,000 people join Which? to tackle phone companies

Fixed Means Fixed - 15,000 people join Which? to tackle 'fixed' contract mobile phone price rises.

Hot savings deals, 31 July 2012

Which? Money takes its weekly look at the best savings deals to help you put your cash in the right account

House of Lords challenges broadband strategy

A House of Lords report says that Government policy on broadband is preoccupied with the delivery of certain speeds rather than focusing on access for all.

Travel companies ‘broke law’ over hotel prices

The Intercontinental Hotels chain and two online agents, Booking.com and Expedia, have been accused by the Office of Fair Trading of breaching competition law.

PPI compensation fund breaks £10bn barrier

HSBC has set aside a further £340m to fund payment protection insurance (PPI) compensation claims meaning the total across banks has broken the £10bn barrier

How to avoid the British savings squeeze

A combination of high debt and low savings is leaving many people in the UK financially vulnerable according the Consumer Wellbeing Report by Which?.

New rules to stop current account mis-selling

New rules aim to create transparency, prevent consumers from paying for elements they’ll never claim on and make sure people know what they’re buying.

Deal of the week: big savings on a Hotpoint fridge freezer

Looking for a fridge freezer on sale? We've found this Hotpoint fridge freezer reduced by £90 at Comet. See our deal of the week for a great fridge freezer deal

NatWest customers suffer second day of disruption

NatWest customers faced a second day of disruption as some reported direct debit payments being rejected while others struggled to access their accounts online.

Talk Talk reveals its YouView offer

Talk Talk has revealed its free YouView offer, including access to premium Sky channels

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