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November 2012

Cashback credit cards: too complex to compare?

Competition among cashback credit card providers is offering consumers a better choice of deal, but are cashback deals becoming too complicated to compare?

Christmas deal of the week: save over £55 on this electric shaver

Looking for an electrical shaver as a Chrismtas gift? We've found this Philips electric shaver reduced by £50 at Amazon. But is it a Best Buy electric shaver?

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OFT to shelve misleading supermarket offers

Aldi, the Co-op, Lidl, M&S, Morrisons, Sainsbury's, Tesco and Waitrose have agreed to make special offers 'fair and meaningful' under proposals from the OFT.

Households may be offered cashback for saving electricity

Which? reveals how you may be able to get cashback for reducing your electricity usage, under new proposals being explored by the government.

Baby Jogger City Versa pushchair recalled

Baby Jogger has recalled a batch of its City Versa pushchairs. Which? will help you find out which Baby Jogger pushchairs are affected and how to get a refund.

Women could see state pension plunge by £10,000

Women born just one year after others in their peer group will see their state pension age increase by almost two years.

Ryanair adds 2% charge to credit card bookings

Ryanair has added a 2% surcharge to credit card bookings on top of a £ admin fee

Hot money deals, 29 November 2012

Which? Money experts round up the best financial deals, from savings and cash Isas to loans and credit cards

Safety alert: Beko tumble dryers at risk of fire

Several Beko condenser tumble dryers are at risk of catching on fire. Find out if your dryer is one of the models with the fault and what to do next.

Philips unveils iron with no temperature dial

Philips has launched a hybrid iron that it claims has one perfect setting for any fabric, and the steam power of a generator. Does this new iron have it all?

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