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March 2011

Special assistance at UK airports is ‘erratic’

Special assistance at UK airports is ‘erratic’

Disabled passengers who need special assistance at UK airports describe being 'passed around like a parcel' or left 'abandoned' by staff

5 need to knows about home self-test health kits

5 need to knows about home self-test health kits

Self-test health kits let you test for various conditions in your own home. But how useful are they really, and are they worth the time, effort and money?

Bugaboo is parents’ favourite pushchair brand

Bugaboo is parents’ favourite pushchair brand

Bugaboo has achieved the highest customer score owners in a new pushchair brand satisfaction survey by Which?

Junior Isa details are announced

Junior Isa details are announced

The government today announced full details of the new Junior Isas, which will replace Child Trust Funds.

More exploding Candy washing machines

More exploding Candy washing machines

A fault causing Candy washing machines to explode in people's homes was dismissed by Candy as 'very, very rare' - but Which? has been alerted to three cases in three months.

Fuel costs have only risen slightly in real terms

Fuel costs have only risen slightly in real terms

New Which? research finds we're spending almost the same on fuel compared with 30 years ago thanks to more economical cars.

Estate agents’ fees exposed

Estate agents’ fees exposed

A Which? investigation found widely differing fees charged by estate agents to sell the same property.

Parents name their most useful baby products

From baby sleeping bags to microwave steam steriliser kits, Which? reveals the top 10 baby products that parents say are most useful.

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Asus Eee Pad Transformer goes on sale in the UK

Asus Eee Pad Transformer goes on sale in the UK

Asus has revealed its Eee Pad Transformer will be the first tablet to go on sale in the UK running Google's Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system.

FSA data shows PPI complaints up 63%

FSA data shows PPI complaints up 63%

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) complaints data for the second half of 2010 has shown a 63% rise in complaints about Payment Protection Insurance (PPI), with a total of 701,281 PPI complaints made in 2010.

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