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Perfect pancake day preparation

Planning to make pancakes with the kids this Shrove Tuesday? Which? reveals the best dishwasher tablets and washing powder for cleaning up on pancake day.

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January 2016’s cheapest supermarket

Every month Which? compares the price of a basket of groceries, including bread, toilet roll and cereal. Which supermarket was cheapest for our January basket?

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How to bag a Best Buy supermarket bargain

Looking to cut the cost of everyday essentials like washing powder and batteries? Which? research reveals the best supermarket offers on Best Buys.

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December 2015’s cheapest supermarket basket

Find out which supermarket had the cheapest basket of groceries in December 2015. We compare Asda, Morrisons, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Ocado and Waitrose groceries.

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Best Buy fat free Greek style yoghurts

Which? taste test reveals two fat free Greek Style yoghurts that taste like a treat, even without fat. Find out more about this low calorie indulgence.

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Got a hangover? We reveal the painkillers that work the best

After new year, what painkillers work best? Aspirin, ibuprofen or paracetamol? Which? experts reveal when it's worth paying more for painkillers or pain relief.

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Waitrose is the 2015 supermarket Best Buy champion

We’ve counted up all the Which? Best Buys awarded to supermarkets in 2015 to reveal the most-decorated store, from Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Asda and more.

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Best Buys to drink on New Year’s Eve

We round up the Best Buy Champagne, white wine and gin from our expert taste tests so that you can celebrate New Year's Eve in style

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Which supermarket is cheapest for our Christmas basket?

Discover which supermarket had the cheapest prices for our Christmas comparison basket, comparing Asda, Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury's, Ocado and Waitrose.

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‘Deceptive’ Nurofen painkillers pulled from Australian shelves

Nurofen manufacturer Reckitt Benckiser (Australia) must pull identical Nurofen ibuprofen painkillers for period pain, back pain, tension headache and migraine.

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