Aldi recalls Roosters Southern Fried Poppin' Chicken and Breaded Poppin' Chicken as the products may contain salmonella bacteria, which causes food poisoning.
All seven of the cars featured here have one thing in common – a single issue experienced by such a high proportion of owners in our annual survey that we...
79% of owners did not take effective action to remove personal data from cars that they sold, such as their contact details, addresses and messages, a Which? survey reveals
Casper, the bed-in-a-box mattress company is closing down operations in the UK. Find out how this will affect your Casper mattress order.
Taking effect from today, if your photocard driving licence expired or is due to expire between 1 February and 31 August 2020 – don’t panic. You will be granted an automatic seven month extension.
Monday 1 June will see lockdown restrictions relax enough for car dealership showrooms to re-open. But expect a car buying experience like never before. Plastic screens, one way routes and solo test drives are just part of a raft of measures that showrooms will be implementing to adhere to government advice when re-opening.
Car tax changes: buy a new car before April to (potentially) save yourself some money. Unless you’re buying an expensive electric car, in which case wait a few weeks to avoid spending an extra £1,600.
New cars that meet the latest emission standards actually produce more climate changing CO2 than the cars they replace, according to Which? tests
VW and Seat seat belt recall: thousands of cars still to be fixed, plus we’ve found potentially dangerous cars being sold online
Over a year and a half after VW Group decided to keep selling cars with a known seat belt fault, we find affected cars, with outstanding recalls, for sale online
The new Renault Zoe is both reasonably affordable and should have a decent driving range - is this the car that convinces you to go electric?