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November 2016

The best sat navs for Christmas driving

The best sat nav will keep you right on your way home for Christmas. We've rounded up some of the most popular standalone sat navs and sat nav apps.

Help to Buy alternatives for first-time buyers

From shared ownership to joint mortgages, Which? looks at five alternatives to Help to Buy for first-time buyers looking to get on the property ladder.

Co-operative Energy to take on GB Energy Supply’s customers

Co-operative Energy will take on GB Energy Supply's customers, after it stopped trading, Find out what you should do now if you are one of them.

Best 0% balance-transfer credit cards

If you would like some extra time to clear your credit card debt ahead of Christmas, a 0% balance-transfer credit card could be for you.

Top five tips for buying double glazing

After speaking to more than 2,000 double glazing owners, we've rounded up the top five tips to help you get the best price for double glazed windows and doors.

GB Energy Supply collapses

Energy firm GB Energy Supply has stopped trading. Find out what to do if you're a customer or how to get cheap gas and electricity.

Buying a new-build home: five things you should know

Which? explains five things you should know about new-build homes, including buying off-plan, viewing show homes, snagging surveys and the Help to Buy schemes.

How to fix a cracked iPhone screen

Dropped your Apple device and ended up with a smashed display? Take a look at our guide to fixing a broken iPhone screen to make things right again.

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Could underfloor heating save you money on your energy bills?

We asked 157 underfloor heating owners what effect underfloor heating had on their energy bills. Find out about underfloor heating costs and what owners think.

Can a wood burning stove cut your energy bill?

60% of stove owners believe having a wood burning stove has saved them money on their energy bills. Use Which? advice to work out whether you could save money.

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