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Safety alert: Babies ‘R’ Us issues product recall for ‘choking hazard’ cot mobile

Babies ‘R’ Us has issued a voluntary recall of its Jungle Friends cot mobile due to fears over small parts detaching, which could pose a choking hazard.

Safety alert: Mothercare issues product recall for bouncer

Mothercare is carrying out a voluntary safety recall of their Loved So Much bouncer because it could cause injury if assembled incorrectly.

Product recall: five Dimplex dehumidifiers pose fire risk

Dimplex has recalled five of its portable dehumidifiers after finding that one of the components could overheat and cause the product to catch fire. The issue affects the DXDH10N, DXDH16N, FTE10,...

Nikon recalls popular D750 DSLR camera

Nikon has expanded an initial recall notice for shutter problems on the D750 camera. Find out if your model is affected and what your consumer rights are.

Urgent overhaul of UK’s broken product safety system needed

The UK’s fragmented product safety and recall system is not fit for purpose, and is potentially putting lives at risk through a lack of joined-up national oversight and action. A...

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Kodi box recall due to electric shock risk

A popular model of Android TV streaming box, colloquially known as a ‘Kodi box’, has failed to meet electrical safety standards as outlined by the European Commission. The OTT TV...

Fire-risk Logik tumble dryer recall

Anyone with a certain model of Logik tumble dryer is being asked to unplug their machine until it has been declared safe. The heating element in a small batch of...

Whirlpool recall petition reaches 100,000 signatures

The Parliamentary petition calling for a full recall of all Whirlpool UK fire-risk dryers has exceeded 100,000 signatures. Before the general election was called, the petition calling on the government...

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Mercedes recalling up to 75,000 cars

Mercedes will recall up to 75,000 cars in the UK due to a risk of overheating and fire. Following a series of fires around the world (51 in total, one...

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