Property market continues to slow as Brexit uncertainty continues
British holidaymakers travelling to Schengen EU countries will have to pay a €7 visa fee, the European Commission has confirmed. Like the American ESTA visa-waiver system, travellers have to pre-register their...
UK new car sales have nosedived. Even sales for September – the most crucial month of the year as new numberplates come in – were down a staggering 20.5% versus...
The latest consumer insight tracker data from Which? reveals that the over-65s are far more worried than they were about the consequences of Brexit for them as consumers than they were two years ago. All regions of the UK are more concerned, with Wales, the South East and the East of England all over 30 percentage points more troubled than in September 2016.
Which?’s no-deal Brexit report shows that the immediate aftermath from leaving the EU without a deal could be 'chaotic'. It also shows that consumers believe a no-deal Brexit would have a negative impact on their consumer rights
From grounded flights to bus trips that can't make it across the Channel, and UK driving licences becoming worthless in Europe, it's clear that a no-deal Brexit could cause chaos for anyone who travels. It will potentially leave tourists stranded abroad and make holidays more expensive and inconvenient for millions of people.
New papers reveal how a no-deal Brexit might affect your everyday finances - from credit card surcharges to online shopping. Which? explains the impact.
Which? explains how a no-deal Brexit could impact your car insurance, travel insurance and pet insurance policies if you travel to Europe after 12 April 2019.
New Which? research shows the startling difference that providers can charge for using your mobile phone around the world, as it calls on the Government to publicly commit to prioritising free roaming in post-Brexit trade deals.
UK subscribers to TV and film services like Netflix and Amazon Prime will be able to access their UK library when on holiday within the EU from Sunday 1 April. ...