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What will Brexit mean for house prices?

What will Brexit mean for house prices?

Which? explains what could happen to house prices after the Brexit transition period ends, including advice and predictions from mortgage and property experts.

Thousands of British expats face Brexit bank account closures: what to do if you’re affected

Thousands of British expats face Brexit bank account closures: what to do if you’re affected

Thousands of UK expats have been told their bank account and credit cards will close when the Brexit transition period ends - find out if you could be affected.

As a crucial vote approaches, will MPs protect the UK’s food standards?

As a crucial vote approaches, will MPs protect the UK’s food standards?

As the Agriculture Bill returns to Parliament for MPs to vote on, consumers vote overwhelming to uphold current UK food standards. A Which? survey has found consumers are strongly opposed to food produced to lower standards being allowed into the UK.

Car prices after Brexit: should you buy now?

Car prices after Brexit: should you buy now?

Car buyers should complete their purchases soon to avoid the risk of price rises from a no-deal Brexit outcome, Which? has learned. Find out what impact car manufacturers say a...

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Chlorine-washed chicken vs chlorine-washed salad leaves: what’s the difference?

Chlorine-washed chicken vs chlorine-washed salad leaves: what’s the difference?

We eat salad leaves washed in chlorine, so why are we so averse to chicken treated in the same way? Here we explain the difference between the two, and the reasoning behind our concerns.

Brexit trade deals: how UK food standards compare to the world

Brexit trade deals: how UK food standards compare to the world

Which? investigates the differences between food and farming standards between the UK and countries including Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the US, Japan and India ahead of trade deals being negotiated and finalised.

Why Which? is calling on the government to protect food standards

Why Which? is calling on the government to protect food standards

As trade deal discussions continue Which? is calling on the government to clarify its position on protecting UK food standards and maintain the ban on chlorine-washed chicken and hormone-treated beef.

‘Ambitious’ new energy efficiency standards post Brexit could benefit UK consumers

‘Ambitious’ new energy efficiency standards post Brexit could benefit UK consumers

The UK Government is asking consumers their views on tougher climate-friendly standards for electrical appliances being discussed with business

Which? gives consumers a say in post-Brexit trade deals

Which? gives consumers a say in post-Brexit trade deals

Which?'s new National Conversation on Trade will bring together people from all walks of life from from across the country to talk about what they want from post-Brexit trade deals.

Red Tractor, RSPCA Assured and organic meat: what’s the difference?

Red Tractor, RSPCA Assured and organic meat: what’s the difference?

Which? explains the differences in animal welfare between the accreditation schemes Red Tractor, RSPCA Assured and Soil Association, and what labels and phrases to look out for when shopping for meat.

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