The UK could be flooded with a rising tide of unsafe toys, cars and white goods if the Government does not reform the system. Which? calls for the already failing consumer enforcement system to have a major shake up.
Takata airbag recall extended - is your car affected?
Volvo has announced that it is conducting a global safety recall of 219,000 cars with diesel engines, due to an engineering fault that could cause faulty fuel lines to leak. More than 30,000 UK motorists will be affected.
Ford is recalling more than 953,000 vehicles worldwide to replace faulty airbag inflators that can explode and hurl shrapnel. No cars in the UK are affected, but it's one of the largest series of recalls in American history.
Which? can exclusively reveal that Volkswagen Group presented a plastic cable tie as a permanent fix to a potentially lethal car seat belt fault, despite the cable tie not actually...
Vauxhall is recalling 47,000 Zafira cars over fears that they could catch fire without warning.
BMW has recalled 268,00 cars in the UK due to a potential fire hazard, as part of a worldwide recall of 1.6m cars. Find out whether your car is affected, and what to do if it is.
Toyota have announced an urgent recall of their Prius and Auris cars because of a potential power fault in their systems. The recall affects 55, 519 models manufactured between October 2008 and November 2014, and is part of a global recall affecting 2.4 million cars.
Despite confirming a possibly fatal seat belt fault in May this year, Volkswagen and Seat continue to sell thousands of affected cars – without a permanent fix in place. Earlier this...
The BMW recall delay contributed to a driver's death, and the DVSA is also under fire, according to an inquest into the tragic loss of life of a 66-year-old Gurka veteran.