Social media users are still struggling to tell when influencers and celebrities are posting ads, according to a report teleased today. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said its study into...
UK Ryanair pilots are on a two-day strike today and tomorrow (22 and 23 August), as well as from 2 to 4 September. We explains your rights when there's a strike.
Almost one million unsafe products, including child car seats, strollers and baby carriers, have been stopped from entering the UK in the last year by Suffolk County Council's Import team.
Which? spoke to a former business manager who worked for a major UK bank to find out how and why PPI was sold to customers ahead of the PPI claim...
Which? has found claims management company The PPI Team is breaking FCA rules by overcharging double the commission it is allowed to on PPI claims.
Despite consumers having made almost double the number of complaints about businesses than last year, they are increasingly choosing not to raise issues directly with companies, the Ombudsman Services has...
The Competition and Markets Authority could be given new powers to fine firms that overcharge or mislead customers, under new rules proposed by the government.
Bereaved families and claimants sent long forms could be missing out on mis-sold PPI payouts, after Which? finds common misconceptions about PPI are widespread.
A third of people don't know their data rights changed last year and a growing number of people are concerned about how their data is being used.
Bogus bitcoin scams and dodgy investments are on the rise. We explain what Bitcoin is, how to avoid cryptocurrency scams and how to invest safely.