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Tackling trader disputes should be simple

Tackling trader disputes should be simple

Which? welcomes proposals from the European Commission to help EU consumers resolve disputes with traders by improving access to alternative dispute resolution.

Surcharges hit £40m since super complaint upheld

Surcharges hit £40m since super complaint upheld

Which? has been lobbying financial secretary Mark Hoban to amend the Payment Services Regulations after airlines have racked up £40m from debit card surcharges.

Supermarket unit prices – unclear and inconsistent

Supermarket unit prices – unclear and inconsistent

Which? has found unclear and inconsistent use of unit prices in supermarkets is preventing cash-strapped consumers from working out which products are cheapest.

G20 summit a success for consumer protection

G20 summit a success for consumer protection

Which? welcomes news of the G20 world leaders endorsing proposcals for stronger protection for consumers in the financial services.

G20 must champion consumer protection

G20 must champion consumer protection

Which? has appealed to Prime Minister David Cameron to ensure consumer protection in the financial services stays front of mind during the G20 summit in France.

Make the switch and save up to £800 this week

Make the switch and save up to £800 this week

Which? executive director, Richard Lloyd, joins Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden on 5 live's breakfast show this week to discuss how you could save up to £800.

Obesity strategy is woefully inadequate

Obesity strategy is woefully inadequate

Which? says the government's 'Call to Action' obesity strategy is 'woefully inadequate'. Which? says more foodchains should provide calorie information.

Scrap the CAP, says Which?

Scrap the CAP, says Which?

As the European Commission publishes its proposals for the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), Which? calls for the CAP to be scrapped.

Common Sales Law is a ‘pointless proposal’

Common Sales Law is a ‘pointless proposal’

The European Commission announces proposals for a Common Sales Law. Which? believes the proposal is unnecessary and may leave UK consumers worse off.

Energy is too expensive, says a third of consumers

Energy is too expensive, says a third of consumers

Research published today supports recent Which? findings that gas and electricity is the UK's number one financial concern.

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