Students can unintentionally narrow their university choices because of the A-level subjects they’re choosing, new Which? University research reveals.
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Currys is recalling the Kenwood and Russell Hobbs CJ/AL28 combination microwave due to safety fears over a faulty component which may overheat and cause a fire.
A fall in complaints about the mis-selling of payment protection insurance (PPI) has led to a reduction in the overall number of customer complaints against financial companies.
Complaints about energy suppliers have increased by a massive 224% in the first three months of 2014. Join the Which? campaign to fix the broken energy market.
Problems left behind by rogue tradespeople carrying out shoddy work cost households a total of £1.9bn a year to fix, according to a new survey.
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Which? has today been asked by the government to set up a task force to help tackle the everyday menace of unwanted calls and texts.
The TPS has warned of an increased risk of fines for businesses that make unwanted calls after a company was fined for causing a ‘persistent nuisance’.
Lloyds Banking Group has been accused of wrongly cutting PPI by employing a regulatory provision called alternative redress, according to a new BBC investigation.