Until we formally leave the EU there will be no immediate change to your consumer rights when you buy or sell goods and services, or travel abroad.
Answers to your problems
How will Brexit affect my consumer rights?
Which? will work with government to ensure that the consumer voice is heard and your consumer rights are protected throughout the UK's withdrawal from the EU.
Fraudsters will use any opportunity to try and part us with our money, and Brexit is no different. These are the Brexit and EU related scams to watch out for.
Can I challenge an excessive bill after using my mobile abroad?
Received a huge mobile phone bill after using your phone on holiday? You might be able to reject the charges. Read the Which? guide on what you can do.
What do I do if I have a faulty product?
If something you've bought develops a fault, you could get your money back under the Consumer Rights Act. Our guide explains what your rights are.