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Government consumer changes – chaotic and costly

Government consumer changes – chaotic and costly

Which? is warning that consumers will be left vulnerable to rip offs and scams due to ill-conceived and under-resourced government plans.

Cineworld – first cinema to remove booking fees

Cineworld – first cinema to remove booking fees

Which? welcomes Cineworld’s move to remove all fees for online bookings. The company is the first in the UK to implement the change.

Scrap the carbon floor price in 2012 Budget

Scrap the carbon floor price in 2012 Budget

Which? wants the government to scrap the carbon floor price (a tax on energy firms) in 2012's Budget, due to the burden on consumers as electricity prices rise.

Milo is named Watchdog not Lapdog winner

Milo is named Watchdog not Lapdog winner

Milo is the face of the Which? Watchdog not Lapdog campaign. He'll be a watchdog that looks out for consumers rather than a lapdog that panders to the banks.

How should the financial watchdog protect you?

At a debate on Wednesday 22 February, Which? invited the new Financial Conduct Authority to hear what consumers want from the financial watchdog.

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1,000 votes for our financial watchdog

1,000 votes for our financial watchdog

Which? has shortlisted five consumer champion watchdogs, and have already received 1,000 votes. Only one can be the face of our Watchdog not Lapdog campaign.

Government promise of a pro-consumer watchdog must be delivered

Government promise of a pro-consumer watchdog must be delivered

The Treasury has published plans for a radical overhaul for financial regulation in the UK in the form of the Financial Services Bill, published today.

100+ dog entries to front our watchdog campaign

We've had over 100 entries for the Which? Watchdog not Lapdog competition and entries are sill coming in.

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‘Responsible capitalism’ – fair businesses flourish

‘Responsible capitalism’ – fair businesses flourish

Ed Milband has declared his support for a stronger financial regulator following his address to consumers at a breakfast debate hosted by Which? this morning.

Ed Miliband calls for an end to the ‘rip-off consumer culture’

Ed Miliband calls for an end to the ‘rip-off consumer culture’

Ed Milband has declared his support for a stronger financial regulator, a key ask of the Watchdog not Lapdog campaign. He joined Which? for a live debate.

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