Coronavirus is forcing major changes to the way funerals are conducted. We explain what these new rules mean for the bereaved.
With the country confined to barracks for the foreseeable future, what can you do if your tumble dryer gives up the ghost? The good news is that for many tumble...
The ONS reports that prices of cold and flu medication have gone up 11% since the UK lockdown - here's how to navigate price rises and high demand
Which? has contacted UK banks to find out the ways they're supporting vulnerable customers during the coronavirus pandemic. Find out what your bank offers.
Many have started using Zoom and Houseparty – two apps that have been around for a while but which have soared in popularity in recent times. But are they safe?
From Thomas Cook to Mothercare, 2019 saw a string of well-known companies collapse, and we could say goodbye to more in 2020. If it happens to a retailer, venue, or holiday company you’ve bought something from, it doesn’t have to mean your money is lost.
Thousands of UK residents are at risk of being stranded abroad because of coronavirus. Yet major airlines, including British Airways, Jet2 and Ryanair, aren’t rerouting passengers on available alternative flights as required.
Find out what coronavirus means for your shopping: how will deliveries work, and what are your rights if you want to return something you bought from a store?
How is coronavirus affecting supermarkets? Which? explains which grocery items are being restricted by each supermarket, and the latest official advice.
The scheme usually means that customers of certain providers are automatically compensated if they are left without service or if an engineer fails to turn up or cancels at short notice, but current circumstances mean that providers are less likely to be as able to carry out repairs, install new services or make home visits than they usually would.