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Energy companies and profits under scrutiny

In a letter to Andrew Wright, chief executive of energy regulator Ofgem, Ed Davey urged him to investigate the domestic gas market for evidence of a monopoly.

14 million shoppers get thrifty with food

New research from Which? reveals around 14 million people are reducing food waste to save money. Find out more and some food tips from Jamie Oliver

Rental fees must be declared upfront by November

In a win for Which?, the ASA has given private landlords and letting agents until 1 November 2013 to be upfront about letting fees.

DM Design fined £90,000 for nuisance calls

On the day that Which? launched its campaign to call time on nuisance calls, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) fined DM Design £90,000

Food firms told to reduce salt levels in food

Food companies must cut the salt content of their food to help reduce people's salt consumption by a quarter

Government must go further to fix the broken energy market

Proposed amendments to the government's Energy Bill do not go far enough to fix the broken energy market.

Bank staff under more pressure than ever to sell

A new Which? investigation of more than 500 front line bank staff reveals that pressure to sell still pervades the culture in the big five banks.

Clearer food and drink labelling following EU ruling

Which? has campaigned for tougher regulations on food and drink labelling for a number of years and welcomes the proposed food labelling changes.

Green light for traffic light food labelling

Which? has campaigned for years for traffic light labelling and is pleased to see the government give the go-ahead for front-of-pack food labelling.

Ofgem sets out plans to simplify the energy market

Ofgem plans to make the energy market simpler, clearer and fairer for consumers.

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