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Wex Photographic and Calumet merger: what are your rights?

The two photography retailers have completed their merger. We explain your consumer rights with this change and how it affects product warranties.

Why it’s worth fighting that unfair parking ticket

We all dread that notice on the car windscreen that screams ‘you’ve got a parking ticket’, but our research has found that it’s often worth appealing if you believe the...

Nine in ten people hit by email scams every month

As many as nine in ten people said they are receiving at least one dodgy email a month that’s evaded their spam filters, new Which? research on email scams has...

Pothole-related breakdowns soar

The number of breakdowns related to potholes rose by almost a third between April and June this year, compared with the same period last year. New figures from the RAC...

What care homes don’t tell you – families face unexpected bills

A Which? investigation finds families potentially faced with unexpected care home bills and unfair contracts. Find out how to avoid care home pitfalls.

Ed Sheeran takes decisive stance against ticket touts

New tickets for Ed Sheeran’s European and UK Tour, on sale from 9am on Saturday 8 July, will only be deemed valid if they are bought direct or via the official...

Hotpoint FF175B fridge freezer

Do you own the Hotpoint fridge freezer potentially implicated in the Grenfell fire?

Owners of Hotpoint fridge freezers with model number FF175BP or FF175BG have been urged to contact the manufacturer. This is following the Metropolitan Police Service’s statement that a Hotpoint FF175BP...

One in four British households will rent privately by end of 2021

The proportion of British households renting privately is expected to rise by 24% by the end of 2021, according to a report examining the private rented sector. The report from UK...

Your BA flight delay compensation rights

British Airways (BA) passengers experienced delays and cancellations over the bank holiday weekend after a major IT systems failure caused global flight disruption. On Saturday morning, BA cancelled all flights...

Firm behind nearly 100 million nuisance calls fined

A company behind almost 100m nuisance calls has been fined a record £400,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). The penalty was issued to Keurboom Communications after more than 1,000...

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