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SSE must stop using dubious sales tactics, says Which?

On 27 May Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) PLC announced it will appeal the verdicts of a Surrey Trading Standards court case.

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Volcanic eruption poses potential disruption

Volcanic eruption poses potential disruption

With fears of the latest volcanic eruption reaching the UK, Which? advises on adequate travel insurance and awareness of your travel rights.

Video booth arrives in Glasgow to capture views on banking

A video booth is visiting UK cities to capture consumers' views on banking reform as part of our work with the Independent Commission on Banking (ICB).

Video booth tours the country for views on banking

Video booth tours the country for views on banking

Which? has announced the locations of its UK-wide video booth tour to capture consumers' views on banking reform as part of our work with the ICB.

Which? launches train delay compensation tool

Which? launches train delay compensation tool

Which? has digested the terms and conditions of the UK's rail providers to assist consumers applying for compensation for delays to their train journey.

One year on and still out of pocket from the volcanic ash crisis

One year on and still out of pocket from the volcanic ash crisis

In 2010 travellers had their plans disrupted due to the volcanic ash crisis, but Which? is disappointed to find one year on, some are still out of pocket.

OFT to investigate extended warranties

OFT to investigate extended warranties

The OFT has launched a review of extended warranties. Which? believes, in most cases, extended warranties are just a waste of money.

Which? and ICB to host banking debate

Which? and ICB to host banking debate

Which? and the Independent Commission on Banking announce that they will host a consultation with consumers on banking reform on 24 May 2011.

Minister writes to Which? following super complaint

Minister writes to Which? following super complaint

Consumer Affairs Minister sends Which? chief executive Peter Vicary-Smith a letter in support of the surcharge super complaint following emails from consumers.

Energy suppliers to give 30 days price rise notice

Following years of campaigning by Which?, Ofgem has issued new rules today to ensure energy suppliers give customers 30 days notice of price rises.

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