Three BT broadband ads have been banned for wrongly implying that the company offers the fastest maximum speed for the cheapest price on the market.
A London Fire Brigade investigation has named an Indesit tumble dryer subject to a safety notice as the cause of a huge tower-block fire.
The Consumer Rights Act has come into force for travel. You could be entitled to compensation if a service isn’t delivered with reasonable care and skill.
Which? is making its first super-complaint to financial regulators, calling for banks to protect customers tricked into transferring money to a fraudster.
Two companies behind 1.6 million nuisance calls and hundreds of thousands of spam text messages have been fined a collective £100,000 by regulators.
The rail industry will need to comply with the Consumer Rights Act in full from October this year, bringing it into line with other travel sectors.
As recent research finds eight in ten people are still receiving nuisance calls, Which? is calling for company directors to be held personally to account.
With millions of us planning to make the most of the last long weekend of the summer, it's important to know your rights if your travel plans are disrupted.
The last 35 BHS stores are expected to close this week, with the doomed retailer set to disappear from the high street entirely by the weekend.
Estate agents that deliberately mislead homebuyers through a practice called ‘portal juggling’ could be prosecuted and face a ban from working in the industry.