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Prime Minister must stick to energy tariff promise

Prime Minister must stick to energy tariff promise

Which? says the Prime Minister must stick to the promise to legislate so energy companies have to give the lowest tariff to their customers.'

Ofcom to consult on fixed price mobile contracts

Ofcom to consult on fixed price mobile contracts

Ofcom responds to Which?’s call for fixed price mobile phone contracts with a consultation on mobile, landline and broadband price rises

Energy companies forced to offer cheapest tariff

Energy companies forced to offer cheapest tariff

David Cameron promised consumers that energy companies would be forced to offer the lowest tariff to their customers in Prime Minister's questions.

Urgent review of rising energy prices is needed

Urgent review of rising energy prices is needed

People are questioning whether they're paying a fair price for their gas and electricity so we've called on the Prime Minister to investigate.

Financial watchdog – power to ban poor products

Financial watchdog – power to ban poor products

Which? welcomes the Financial Conduct Authority's plans to put consumers at the heart of banking reform.

Consumers must be protected from Green Deal mis-selling

Consumers must be protected from Green Deal mis-selling

Which? urges the government keep its promise to protect consumers from dodgy sales practices when the Green Deal is made available.

We spend a week a year worrying about money

We spend a week a year worrying about money

The Which? Quarterly Consumer Report has found Britons are now amongst the most economically vulnerable consumers in Europe.

OFT given power to suspend credit licences

OFT given power to suspend credit licences

Which? has welcomed the government's plan to give the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) power to suspend consumer credit licences with immediate effect.

Time to stamp out hidden bank charges, says Which?

Time to stamp out hidden bank charges, says Which?

New research from Which? reveals six in ten people feel they have paid an 'unfair' bank charge.

Fixed must mean fixed on mobile phone contracts

Fixed must mean fixed on mobile phone contracts

Which? has launched a new 'Fixed Means Fixed' campaign calling for an end to price increases on 'fixed' mobile phone contracts.

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