Which? explains what could happen to house prices now the UK has left the EU, including advice and predictions from mortgage and property experts.
The end of the Brexit transition period has had a knock-on effect on a number of areas, and insurance is no exception.
Which? explains how the new UK-EU trade deal will affect food, prices, rights and choices and whether it works for consumers
Which? reveals the big changes for consumers resulting from the UK-EU trade deal, from visas to Ehics, booze cruises, online shopping and more
Which? explains how Brexit could affect your pensions and investments, how firms are working to mitigate risks to your pot, and how you can protect your savings.
After the Brexit transition ends on 1 January 2021, UK travellers can continue to use their Ehic card - which can last up to five years, until its expiry date. Travellers without a valid Ehic can apply for a new UK Global Health Insurance Card (Ghic), which will replace Ehic once it has been phased out.
Driving in Europe could change after Brexit. From Green Cards, to car hire and GB stickers, here’s what could change when driving in Europe.
Everything you need to know about new rules, and how to avoid disruption to your holiday
Despite a year of economic chaos, if you're planning to sell your home, now could be a good time to act. Which? provides top tips for selling your home in 2021.
Which? explains how your holidays, finances and shopping could be affected if UK-EU trade deal isn't agreed by the end of the Brexit transition period.