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Four in ten travel insurance complaints upheld

Which? Travel reveals how travel insurance companies dodge paying out on claims, and names the worst offenders

One in three Brits experience wedding planning woe – will you say yes to the stress?

From drunken photographers to dresses that don’t fit, Which? reveals the UK’s biggest wedding mishaps - and what do if they happen to you.

Potholes cost £1m a month in car repair bills – are you owed money?

Total claims for pothole repair so far this year have reached ‘an eye-watering’ £4.2 million - Which? shares howto claim with the council and save money

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Small claims made easier online

If you want to claim against an individual or company a new online small claims system should make the process painless.

Mapped: the UK’s home burglary hotspots

Which? takes a look at the top 20 burglary hotspots and whether your home insurance provider will foot the bill if your home is targeted.

Time is running out to claim on mis-sold PPI

Which? is warning that consumers are potentially at risk of missing out on claiming compensation for mis-sold PPI. A survey by Which? has found that more than a third of...

Your BA flight delay compensation rights

British Airways (BA) passengers experienced delays and cancellations over the bank holiday weekend after a major IT systems failure caused global flight disruption. On Saturday morning, BA cancelled all flights...

Airlines ordered to compensate delayed passengers

Five airlines that fly into Europe have been told they must pay compensation to passengers for delays. American, Emirates, Etihad, Singapore and Turkish Airlines will have to obey European laws...

Heavier lorries likely to increase number of potholes

The number of potholes is likely to surge in line with an increase in heavier lorries on the road, councils have warned. The Local Government Association (LGA) highlighted that heavier vehicles...

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