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March 2015

ICO to investigate confidential data sales

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has launched an investigation into claims made by the Daily Mail that firms are sharing sensitive personal data.

New Tefal soup maker: super or sloppy?

Thinking of buying a soup maker? Find out whether the Tefal EasySoup is worth investing in with our Which? expert verdict.

Spot the cheapest energy deal with simple energy prices

Research conducted by Which? shows that the use of simple energy prices would make identifying the cheapest energy deal easier for consumers.

Cordless vacuum ‘revolution’ sees sales soar by 66%

Cordless vacuums now make up 16% of all vacuum cleaner sales. Should you go cordless? Which? reveals the pros and cons of cordless vacuums and what to look for.

Which? reveals the best new strimmers

Which? reveals four Best Buy corded electric or cordless strimmers, and reviews 12 strimmers by top brands Bosch, Black and Decker, Stihl, Qualcast and Ryobi.

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New digital shopping rights boost for consumers

Consumers will have enhanced, easy to understand consumer rights following Royal Assent for the Consumer Rights Act being given today.

Seven tips to get the most from your dehumidifier

Dehumidifiers are a great way to prevent damp. See our expert tips to make the most of your dehumidifier, with ideas for saving money and if you have allergies.

Cash Isa deals of the week 26 March 2015

With the deadline to put money into your tax-free cash Isa account fast approaching, Which? looks at the best deals out there.

Annuities under the spotlight again

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) today published the final findings of its retirement income market study looking at the sale of annuities.

Midata: Which? first look

The government's new Midata bank account comparison tool launched today, but Which? has discovered a few glitches.

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