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Millennial investors flock to gold: should you?

Millennial investors flock to gold: should you?

The Royal Mint has seen a 430% increase in millennials investing in gold. Which? looks at why it's now so popular, as well as the pros and cons of joining the gold rush.

How claiming on car insurance can impact your premium

How claiming on car insurance can impact your premium

Claiming on your car insurance could hike your premium by an average of £184, according to new data from Compare the Market.

Do you still have to wear a mask in supermarkets post-freedom day?

Do you still have to wear a mask in supermarkets post-freedom day?

Now you don't legally have to wear a face covering, will supermarkets still insist on it? Which? reveals all, plus how the 'pingdemic' is affecting stores.

Lockdown latest: most restrictions end in England

Lockdown latest: most restrictions end in England

Which? explains the dates and rules around the latest lockdown changes in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.

Coronavirus travel insurance: who has the best ‘Covid cover’?

Coronavirus travel insurance: who has the best ‘Covid cover’?

No travel insurers offer ‘complete’ cover for coronavirus-related disruption, Which? research reveals, although travellers should still get insured.

The Alan Turing £50 note: eight things you need to know

The Alan Turing £50 note: eight things you need to know

The new plastic Alan Turing £50 note has entered circulation. Find out everything from how rare it is to when paper notes will be withdrawn

Flexible train tickets on sale now: how much could you save?

Flexible train tickets on sale now: how much could you save?

Flexible train tickets are now on sale. Which? explains how they will work and how much you could save on the cost of returning to the office.

‘I can’t see any way out’: the mental health impact of the cladding crisis

‘I can’t see any way out’: the mental health impact of the cladding crisis

Flat owners are suffering from severe stress, anxiety and depression as the building safety crisis threatens their finances, new Which? research reveals.

Why your car insurance premium could fall by £35 a year

Why your car insurance premium could fall by £35 a year

Car insurance premiums, already at record lows, could fall even further this year thanks to new reforms around whiplash claims, the government says.

Shoppers feel safe on the high street as hairdressers remain in high demand

Shoppers feel safe on the high street as hairdressers remain in high demand

Lonely high streets have been bustling once again since non-essential shops reopened in April. But how have our shopping habits changed since lockdown?

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