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Will consumers get a say in trade deal negotiations?

Will consumers get a say in trade deal negotiations?

Which? explains why consumers are at risk of losing out in the coming Brexit trade deal negotiations – and what must be done to protect our rights and standards.

Brexit: what the transition period means for your holidays, money, bills and more

Brexit: what the transition period means for your holidays, money, bills and more

Which? explains what the UK leaving the EU and entering the transition period means for yourholidays, money, bills and consumer rights

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13 easy ways to save money in 2020

13 easy ways to save money in 2020

Which? explains quick and easy ways to save potentially thousands of pounds on your existing bills and outgoings this year.

How to sell your house in 2020 – and why you shouldn’t wait

How to sell your house in 2020 – and why you shouldn’t wait

Which?'s top tips on setting the asking price, listing your home, conveyancing and how to deal with Brexit.

Probate fees hike scrapped: deceased estates avoid bills of up to £6,000

Probate fees hike scrapped: deceased estates avoid bills of up to £6,000

Bereaved families no longer face the prospect of a hefty bill for probate applications, with the government announcing a planned fee rise will not go ahead.

Poorer areas hit hardest by the loss of free cash machines

Poorer areas hit hardest by the loss of free cash machines

One in 10 of Britain’s free-to-use cash machines closed or started charging a fee over the past 17 months, with the country’s poorest communities hit hardest.

Revealed: the cost of moving house tops £10,400

Revealed: the cost of moving house tops £10,400

Unexpected costs of moving can add thousands of pounds to property prices, with Londoners paying even more. Find out what you need to budget for.

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