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Bosch and Neff gas hobs pose explosion risk

Thousands of Bosch and Neff gas hobs urgently need repairing as they could be vulnerable to leaks or explosions. Bosch says that owners of some of its built-in gas hobs...

Top 10 popular home and garden products on which.co.uk in November

Top 10 most searched for products on which.co.uk, including Dyson cordless vacuum cleaners, a Bosch kettle, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.

As clocks go back, are you at risk of seasonal affective disorder?

Around three in every 100 people have seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Read our tips on spotting and treating SAD, including whether a SAD lamp could help.

Tesco and Unilever price spat resolved

Tesco's boycot of Unilever products such as Marmite and PG Tips is over, according to representatives from the two firms.

Compensation claim for ‘overcharged’ Pride Mobility customers

The NPC has launched a lawsuit against Pride Mobility - the UK's largest mobility scooter retailer - over mobility scooter pvercharging claims.

Best and worst optician shops for 2016 revealed by Which? survey

Best and worst optician shops, as rated by 8,500 Which? customers - including Boots, Specsavers and Vision Express, as well as supermarkets Tesco and Asda.

Top 10 popular home and garden products on which.co.uk in July

Which? top 10 popular home and garden products in July 2016 include the Ikea Morgedal mattress and Lidl pressure washers. But are they worth buying?

Boots is priciest for toiletries, according to Which? research

We tracked the prices of 61 everyday toiletries products and found that Boots was the most expensive store - charging 15% more than the cheapest retailer.

Brexit: is your supermarket shop getting pricier?

Prices rise on the cost of a basket of popular groceries for the second consecutive month following Brexit. Use Which? tips to save on your shopping.

Brexit: 10% of people now more likely to make home improvements

After Brexit, 10% of homeowners are more likely to do home improvements instead of move. See Which? advice on home improvements, from kitchens to conservatories

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