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Parents ignore child car seat safety

Parents ignore child car seat safety

A survey found that parents don't always know the law on child car seats or don't fit child car seats properly. Which? gives advice about child car seats.

Top ten tips for staying cool in the heatwave

Top ten tips for staying cool in the heatwave

Expert tips from Which? on how to cope in the heatwave and how to stay cool and healthy. We've reviewed air conditioners and other useful summer products.

Best rechargeable batteries revealed

Best rechargeable batteries revealed

New Which? tests have uncovered the best and worst rechargeable batteries from big brands including Duracell, Energizer and Varta.

New smart meter rules to ban cross-selling

New smart meter rules to ban cross-selling

New rules have been approved by the energy regulator Ofgem to protect consumer during the smart meter roll-out due to start in 2014.

Energy bills to go up again

Energy bills to go up again

Government report shows that consumers should pay £166 less for their energy bills by 2020 thanks to green policies

EDF Energy worst for energy complaints

The major energy suppliers now have to publish details of the complaints they receive, following a campaign from Which?.

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Solar panel savings now more accurate

Solar panel savings now more accurate

Which? campaigning has helped produce new rules which will lead to more accurate estimates of how long it will take to pay back the cost of solar panels.

Cashback for winter-proofing your home

Cashback for winter-proofing your home

Cashback is available on a first-come first-served basis for householders taking on a Green Deal to make their home more energy efficient and save on bills.

Lack of clean energy could add up to £600 to bills

Lack of clean energy could add up to £600 to bills

Energy bills could cost £600 more in 2050 if the UK keeps relying on gas for its energy instead of investing in green technology, says a new report.

Eon hikes prices on cheapest fixed energy deals

Eon is today increasing the prices of its cheapest fixed energy deals. Is this a sign that Eon will soon be announcing price rises for existing customers?

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