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Which? reveals new Best Buy freestanding cooker

Which? reveals new Best Buy freestanding cooker

We’ve rigorously tested 10 new freestanding cookers across 10 different brands and can reveal the Best Buys and ones to avoid.

John Lewis launches 150th anniversary collection

John Lewis launches 150th anniversary collection

John Lewis launches exclusive range of kitchen appliances to mark its 150th anniversary. Find out how these kitchen appliances and gadgets do in Which? reviews.

Best strimmers: is hybrid Ryobi any good?

Best strimmers: is hybrid Ryobi any good?

We’ve put 10 new strimmmers from the most popular brands through our rigorous tests including the new cordless/corded electric hybrid grass trimmer from Ryobi.

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Top five gardening jobs for Easter

Top five gardening jobs for Easter

Which? has tips for the gardening jobs to do this Easter weekend to give you a long and lazy summer of pleasure in the garden.

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Two new Best Buy dishwashers revealed by Which? lab tests

Two new Best Buy dishwashers revealed by Which? lab tests

Our latest round of dishwasher testing has uncovered two new Best Buy dishwashers which will leave your dishes looking polished without any elbow grease.

Which? tries out rival two-in-one vacuum and steam cleaners

Which? tries out rival two-in-one vacuum and steam cleaners

Can the Hoover Totality or the Bissell Vac & Steam do a good job of vacuuming and steam cleaning hard floors and carpets? Find out in our first look reviews.

Food fraud: What’s in your takeaway?

Food fraud: What’s in your takeaway?

Which? testing of lamb takeaways reveals you don't always get what you order. Out of 60 lamb dishes tested, 40% contained other meats and some had no lamb in.

Financial firms forced to scrap costly calls

Financial firms forced to scrap costly calls

The Financial Conduct Authority will move to prevent financial firms from using high-rate telephone numbers for their customer service and complaint lines.  

How supermarkets get you to spend more money

We fitted shoppers with motion eye-tracking technology to reveal the tactics that supermarkets use to get you to part with your cash - from shelves to offers

Do you know your cheap electricity hours?

Do you know your cheap electricity hours?

Some 3.9m UK households get cheaper electricity at certain times of the day. But Which? reveals uncovering your cheap hours could be harder than you think...

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