University students are being left open to unfair course changes, with some universities using terms we consider to be breaching consumer law, new Which? research has revealed.
Which? campaign success sees claims companies held to account, opening the gates to thousands of complaints.
Most online shoppers would rather buy something from a UK-based website even if the item was cheaper from a website based in the EU.
New Which? research has revealed that 50% of people don’t know that you can return a faulty item bought in a sale and get a full refund.
Which? testing uncovers safety issues with new TCP LED filament bulb, prompting TCP to postpone launch. Find out what our tests have revealed about light bulbs
We expose the shops making dubious claims about special offers on electrical products. Discover which shops we found pushing dodgy discounts on electricals.
Two companies have been fined £40,000 by Ofcom for making thousands of abandoned calls.
The government’s Nuisance Calls Task Force is to set out recommendations to help stop unwanted calls and texts, including holding senior executives to account.
London universities take on the North's crown for top local nightlife - but fall down on sports - in the 2014 annual Student Survey from Which? University.
Research from Financial Fraud Action UK found that 58% of people have been scammed through a 'vishing' scam, resulting in losses of £23.9m over the last year.