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Coronavirus: what you need to know about shopping for DIY supplies

Coronavirus: what you need to know about shopping for DIY supplies

Most DIY and homewares stores are now open with social distancing guidelines. We tell you what you need to know if you are planning a shopping trip.

How to save money on your mobile phone bill during lockdown

How to save money on your mobile phone bill during lockdown

With many of us spending more time indoors in our homes and changing our habits, it's worth looking at how you can shave a few pounds off our bills including our mobile bill.

Takeaways, shopping and supermarket deliveries – can you catch coronavirus from them?

Takeaways, shopping and supermarket deliveries – can you catch coronavirus from them?

Many supermarkets are asking customers not to touch items that they aren’t going to buy, and many retailers’ reopening plans include quarantining items that people touch and then discard.  It’s...

How will coronavirus affect house prices?

How will coronavirus affect house prices?

Which? explains how the coronavirus outbreak could affect house prices, including advice for buyers, sellers and people looking to switch mortgage deals.

Coronavirus: how to apply for a mortgage payment holiday

Coronavirus: how to apply for a mortgage payment holiday

Which? explains how plans to offer homeowners and buy-to-let landlords three month payment holidays will work, including eligibility and how to apply.

Coronavirus cash crisis leaving vulnerable people with no way to pay

Coronavirus cash crisis leaving vulnerable people with no way to pay

The COVID-19 lockdown and fears over cash hygiene has left many struggling to pay for essentials.

Coronavirus: how to protect your pensions and investments amid stock market panic

Coronavirus: how to protect your pensions and investments amid stock market panic

The FTSE 100 has fallen sharply since mid-February. Which? looks at what this means for your investments and pensions.

Employers to start paying towards staff furlough scheme from August

Employers to start paying towards staff furlough scheme from August

The government's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will be reduced from August, while flexible furloughing will be introduced from 1 July

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Self-employed income support scheme extended for another three months

Self-employed income support scheme extended for another three months

Which? explains how the Chancellor's new self-employed income support scheme (SEISS) will work and who will be eligible for the grants of up to £2,500 plus Scotland's newly self-employed hardship fund offering grants of up to £2,000.

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Car showrooms in England to reopen on 1 June; is now the right time to buy a new car?

Car showrooms in England to reopen on 1 June; is now the right time to buy a new car?

Monday 1 June will see lockdown restrictions relax enough for car dealership showrooms to re-open. But expect a car buying experience like never before. Plastic screens, one way routes and solo test drives are just part of a raft of measures that showrooms will be implementing to adhere to government advice when re-opening.

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