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January 2011

750,000 more 40% taxpayers from April

750,000 more 40% taxpayers from April

The Institute of Fiscal Studies has estimated than an extra 750,000 people will be lifted into the 40% tax band.

Defined contribution pensions: have your say

Defined contribution pensions: have your say

The Pensions Regulator is inviting views on how to raise standards in Defined Contribution pensions, ahead of the introduction of auto-enrolment in 2012.

Survey shows almost half leave cars to ‘warm up’

Survey shows almost half leave cars to ‘warm up’

Which? Car News: A survey finds that almost half of motorists leave their cars unattended with the engine running. However, many are unaware that it could invalidate their insurance.

Comet and Currys staff fail rights test

Comet and Currys staff fail rights test

Which research reveals that, one year on, staff at Comet and Currys are still not completely clued up on consumer rights.

Washing machine explodes in UK home

Washing machine explodes in UK home

A Candy washing machine has blown up in a UK home, injuring the owner when the top exploded during a spin cycle.

ISP email addresses could stop you switching

ISP email addresses could stop you switching

Web users risk losing their home email address if their internet service provider (ISP) closes or if they switch provider.

Ford Focus driven by Which?

Ford Focus driven by Which?

Which? has driven the new 2011 Ford Focus. It's one of the most refined family hatchbacks we've ever seen, but it's not as fun to drive as before.

What annoys you about supermarkets

What annoys you about supermarkets

You've typically been to the supermarket 15 times in the past six months and our latest survey reveals the things that have annoyed you the most.

Kindle books outsell paperbacks on Amazon.com

Kindle books outsell paperbacks on Amazon.com

Amazon has announced it sold more Kindle books than paperbacks for the first time.

Credit and debt questions Live Q&A 31 January

Credit and debt questions Live Q&A 31 January

Sign up now to ask the Which? Money experts all your debt and credit questions in a live online Q&A session from 12.30-2 on Monday 31 January 2011.

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