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June 2013

BT 6500 phone – can it really stop nuisance calls?

Bombarded with nuisance call? You aren’t alone. In the first in a series of features we look at the BT 6500 and other phones with call blocking built in to...

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Top tips if something goes wrong on your holiday

Which? reveal your rights when things go wrong on holiday, from flight delays to natural disaster.

Which? reveals four new Best Buy steam irons

Which? tests the latest steam irons from Bosch, Philips and Tefal and reveal four new Best Buy steam irons and three new steam generator irons

Which? reveals this summer’s best juicers

Which? reveals this summer's best juicers for all your juicing needs. Find out which juicers make the Which? Best Buy grade.

Avoid over-50s savings accounts, says Which?

Savings accounts marketed and aimed at older savers pay poor rates, Which? research uncovers.

Insurance premiums ‘capped’ for flood victims

High risk households will get flood insurance under a new deal between policy providers and the government. An industry-wide levy will subsidise scheme costs.

Chicco recalls certain car seats

Chicco recalls some versions of its Autofix and Synthesis child car seats after identifying manufacturing faults with their buckles. Which? advises what to do.

Deal of the week: save £60 on this Morphy Richards coffee machine

This Morphy Richards coffee machine is currently only £69.99 at Amazon. But is it any good? See our review of the Morphy Richards coffee machine.

OFT refers payday lenders to Competition Commission

The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) refers UK payday lenders to the Competition Commission to investigate issues that may prevent, restrict or distort competition.

Royal Mail cuts compensation for lost post

Royal Mail has cut compensation for lost or damaged post.

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