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Picking cheapest energy deal is impossible for most

Picking cheapest energy deal is impossible for most

Which? investigation into energy tariffs reveals that only 8% of people were able to pick out the cheapest deal between the main six energy suppliers

British Gas hikes gas and electricity prices

British Gas has today announced it is to raise gas and electricity prices by about 6% from 16 November

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Energy companies withdraw cheap deals

Energy companies withdraw cheap deals

Energy companies are withdrawing some of their cheap deals in what could be a sign of further price rises. Sainsbury's Energy now offers cheapest dual fuel deal

Hard-pressed shoppers turn to money-off coupons

Hard-pressed shoppers turn to money-off coupons

Falling household budgets means more and more people are using money-of coupons and vouchers for their food and groceries shopping.

Solar panels payments to drop today

Solar panels payments to drop today

Householders installing solar photovoltaic panels on or after 1st August 2012 will get a lower generation rate of feed-in tariff but higher export tariff

Energy network upgrades to cost you £88

Energy network upgrades to cost you £88

Households could see their bills rise by £11 a year if Ofgem's investment plans go ahead - but there's plenty you can do to cut your energy bills today.

Aldi and Lidl attract more customers

Aldi and Lidl attract more customers

More better-off households say they will shop in discounted supermarkets this year

10 energy tariffs you should avoid

10 energy tariffs you should avoid

Signing up to an energy deal that offers vouchers or free gifts could swell your gas and electricity bills by hundreds of pounds, according to Which? research.

Food labelling to be reviewed

Food labelling to be reviewed

Which? responds to the launch of a government consultation on food labelling and nutritional information, including traffic light food labels

Switching heating oil contracts will get easier

Switching heating oil contracts will get easier

The Office of Fair Trading has secured agreements from the major liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) suppliers to make changes to their domestic customer contracts.

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