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Which wine goes best with your barbecue food?

Which wine goes best with your barbecue food?

What are the best wines with barbecue food? Wine expert Kathryn McWhirter selects red and white wines to go with BBQ faves, from sausages and chicken to tuna and salad. And find out which sauces are a no-no.

5 top tablet features to get you through lockdown

5 top tablet features to get you through lockdown

When you’re confined to your home, a tablet could be your saviour – for vital communication, providing a rich source of entertainment and even helping you to work remotely. Besides...

Lidl is selling a cheap £50 bread maker: should you buy it?

Lidl is selling a cheap £50 bread maker: should you buy it?

First look at the Lidl Silvercrest bread maker. It's available in stores from 22 March and costs just £50, but can it make great bread?

Tefal Optigrill vs Ninja Health Grill: low-fat grills go hi-tech

Tefal Optigrill vs Ninja Health Grill: low-fat grills go hi-tech

Want a lean mean grilling machine? We've tried out the latest rivals to the classic George Foreman

Should you take on additional borrowing when remortgaging?

Should you take on additional borrowing when remortgaging?

Which? assesses new data from UK Finance, which shows homeowners are borrowing an additional £55,000 when remortgaging their properties.

Eight myths around your credit score debunked

Eight myths around your credit score debunked

Your credit score is affects whether you can take out a mortgage, loan or mobile phone contract - but a majority of us don't understand how it works.

New mortgage lends homebuyers 5.5 times their salary

New mortgage lends homebuyers 5.5 times their salary

A new mortgage deal allows applicants to borrow up to 5.5 times their annual income. But do you risk taking on more debt than you can afford?

Almost 700,000 fewer savers open cash Isas: are Isas still worthwhile?

Almost 700,000 fewer savers open cash Isas: are Isas still worthwhile?

Tax-free cash Isas have suffered a decline in popularity with savers, according to major report from HMRC. Which? looks at whether the cash Isa is still worthwhile.

Two thirds of people find credit score errors after bank IT failures

Two thirds of people find credit score errors after bank IT failures

An alarming number of people found mistakes on their credit history following a bank IT outage. We explain how to check your credit report and correct errors.

First-time buyers face a £33,000 premium when using Help to Buy

First-time buyers face a £33,000 premium when using Help to Buy

Which? assesses a new report that claims first-time buyers using Help to Buy are paying 12% more than those buying on the open market.

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