Which? executive director Richard Lloyd joins Nicky Campbell on 5 live from 27 June to 1 July to discuss the big consumer issues of the day.
The reforms are aimed at ensuring millions more consumers will be protected if a holiday company goes bust but Which? say the reforms don't go far enough.
The 2011 Which? Awards, recognising the best businesses in the UK, took place on 23 June, at Kings Place in London, presented by Natasha Kaplinsky.
Which? is publishing the results of the 2011 Which? Awards as they happen on Thursday 23 June, live from Kings Place in London.
Ofgem has revealed that it's to consider breaking up the Big Six and will investigate energy price hikes - and Which? says reform can't come soon enough.
Which? has welcomed the government's announcement to review the enforcement responsibilities of consumer bodies across the UK.
New research from Which? Legal has found that at least five million people are currently annoyed with their neighbour - but a quarter fail to take action.
Which? chief executive has welcomed the news that the government may force banks to ring fence their retail operations in a bid to protect consumers.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has temporarily extended the period in which Barclays, Lloyds and RBS should respond to PPI complaints.
News that small claims courts may consider legal issues up to the value of £15,000 is welcomed by Which?.