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March 2012

Quarter of a million join The Big Switch

The Big Switch for cheaper gas and electricity bills has now had over a quarter of a million sign ups.

More solar thermal grants now available

Extra cash is now available to help households install heating systems that make use of renewable energy, the government revealed this week

Mortgage approvals and house prices drop

Last month, UK mortgage approvals fell to their lowest level since June, according to new data from the Bank of England.

Top five kitchen gadgets for tasty hot cross buns

Easter wouldn't be the same without tasty hot cross buns, so Which? has picked the top five kitchen gadgets to help you get baking over bank holiday.

Which? reveals latest food processor testing results

Find out which brands make the grade as Best Buys as we reveal our latest test results - just in time for Easter baking

European Parliament to cap data roaming

The European Parliament plans to lower the cost of data roaming, by introducing a cap the cost of usage.

Credit card fees to be highlighted in statements

Credit cardholders should find it easier to compare accounts and make a decision on whether to switch once a new type of statement lands on their doormat.

Deal of the week: Tefal Express Boil

Make a cup of tea in 45 seconds with the Tefal Express Boil hot water dispenser, currently on offer at Argos this week for £52.49, saving 25%.

Made up or already made; take our tech quiz

Karoke enabled MP3 players or a MP3 player tea cup; take our tech quiz and seperate the weird tech products that already exist from the hoaxes.

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Parent-facing pushchairs get easier to fold

Some of the latest pushchairs unveiled at the Harrogate Nursery Fair can be folded with their seats facing the parent. Read more on these new buggy releases.

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