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The relationships between hearing aid manufacturers and retailers that aren't always clear to consumers
Who owns who: a look at the big companies making your glasses frames, lenses and running your opticians and how that affects you and what you buy.
Vacuum cleaners over 900W are banned from 1 September 2017, as the second phase of the EU energy label regs kick in. Find out what it means for you.
John Lewis announces plans to let customers test mattresses by sleeping in furnished apartments at their London, Liverpool and Cambridge branches.
Sausages are a British favourite and will rightly occupy pride of place on many barbecues over the upcoming bank holiday weekend. If you’ll be cooking for friends and family, we’d...
Which? rounds up the most popular baking equipment on which.co.uk, including a stand mixer and oven, ahead of the Great British Bake Off 2017.
Best and worst brands for customer service revealed for 2017 by Which? Apple, BA, John Lewis, Ryanair, Sports Direct, Tesco and more rated by their customers.
New Which? smoke alarm tests have revealed that an expensive, smart smoke alarm failed to detect smoke in two fire situations and has been named a Don’t Buy. One sample...
Shoppers are flocking to budget supermarkets - but should you join them? We compare Aldi, Asda, Lidl, Sainsbury's, Tesco and Waitrose to help you get the best from your grocery shopping.
Which? reveals the best hobs from recent tests from brands including Beko, Bosch, Hotpoint, Neff, New World and Samsung. Find out if any cheap hobs won Best Buy status.