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£100m lost in expired vouchers during lockdown – how to get yours extended

£100m lost in expired vouchers during lockdown – how to get yours extended

Would-be shoppers lost millions in vouchers that expired during lockdown, Which? research reveals. Can you get yours extended?

Chancellor cancels 2020 Autumn Budget

Chancellor cancels 2020 Autumn Budget

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has cancelled the Autumn Budget. Find out what the rumours were before it got shelved.

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No more £2 and 2p coins to be minted: will yours become rare and will they still be accepted?

No more £2 and 2p coins to be minted: will yours become rare and will they still be accepted?

The Royal Mint has no plans to mint any new £2 or 2p coins for the next decade, as its stockpile of coins remains high amid falling cash usage in the UK.

Supermarkets on Deliveroo: are you paying more?

Supermarkets on Deliveroo: are you paying more?

With Aldi, Co-op, Waitrose and Morrisons selling via Delieroo, Which? reveals whether groceries and delivery fees are cheaper via Deliveroo or the supermarkets themselves.

When is Amazon Prime Day and will Black Friday deals arrive early this year?

When is Amazon Prime Day and will Black Friday deals arrive early this year?

The latest rumours on when Amazon Prime Day will take place and when Black Friday deals will start hitting the shelves, plus how to check if a deal is real.

Which restaurants will offer Eat Out to Help Out discounts in September?

Which restaurants will offer Eat Out to Help Out discounts in September?

The half-price dining offered by Eat Out to Help Out has officially ended but some restaurants are funding discounts in September by themselves.

Retail revolution: how John Lewis, Next and M&S are attempting to survive the pandemic

Retail revolution: how John Lewis, Next and M&S are attempting to survive the pandemic

As bricks-and-mortar retail struggles, Which? looks at how John Lewis, Next and M&S are innovating in a bid to survive the pandemic.

UK enters recession: what it means for your money

UK enters recession: what it means for your money

The UK has officially entered a recession, with new ONS data showing the biggest drop in GDP since records began. But what will this actually mean for you?

Flexible train tickets: will your part-time commute get cheaper?

Flexible train tickets: will your part-time commute get cheaper?

Returning to the office part-time could get cheaper under new proposals put to the government. Which? talks to GWR and Northern about their plans.

Face coverings become mandatory in shops: will safety measures protect you?

Face coverings become mandatory in shops: will safety measures protect you?

With face coverings now required in shops in England, Which? talks to a scientist about whether safety measures will keep shoppers safe.

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