Which? uses cookies to improve our sites and by continuing you agree to our cookies policy

January 2007

One in three worried about pensions shortfall

One in three people aren't sure they'll have enough to live on as pensioners, according a new poll by Which? Money.

More charter airlines are flying on time

Charter airlines improved their punctuality last summer - but only just, figures published today show.

Chrysler Voyager safety slammed

Chrysler Voyager: driver's chest hit steering wheel

Carphone Warehouse fined for silent calls

Carphone Warehouse has been fined £35,000 for making silent calls.

Microsoft unveils Windows Vista

Microsoft boss Bill Gates his unveiled the technology giant’s latest operating system, Windows Vista.

Record fine for store card insurance breaches

The provider of store cards to some of the UK's biggest retailers has been handed a record fine for failing adequately to protect customers from being sold insurance products they might not need.

Posted on

New measures for compulsory water meters

The government will today outline its proposals for water metering in drought-stricken areas of the country.

Warning over tax impact of wind turbines

Homeowners who spend money on eco-friendly wind turbines may face higher council taxes, MPs warned today.

Flights back on as BA strike is called off

British Airways is today reinstating flights from Heathrow and Gatwick airports after a planned two-day strike by thousands of its cabin crew was called off.

Posted on

Halifax calls for estate agents licensing

Which? has welcomed a call from one of the UK’s largest property sellers for estate agents to be subject to compulsory licensing.

Back to top