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Holidaymakers left £1,781 out of pocket on average by airlines and holiday companies refusing refunds

Holidaymakers left £1,781 out of pocket on average by airlines and holiday companies refusing refunds

Travellers denied refunds resort to Section 75 and chargeback to claim back money lost to Covid-19 cancellations.

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Coronavirus travel insurance: who will cover me?

Coronavirus travel insurance: who will cover me?

You can now get travel insurance that covers COVID-19 – but it’s not as straightforward as it sounds.

Flu vaccine 2020: what you need to know

Flu vaccine 2020: what you need to know

Getting a flu vaccine is said to be more important this year, as flu season coincides with another rise in coronavirus cases. But a surge in demand has meant that...

Last month of Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: how your furlough pay will change in October

Last month of Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: how your furlough pay will change in October

Free Which? advice on all things furlough: find out everything you need to know about how the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme works.

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10 things you need to know if you’re at risk of redundancy

10 things you need to know if you’re at risk of redundancy

Millions of UK workers could lose their jobs as the furlough scheme is gradually eased. Which? explains your rights if you're at risk of redundancy.

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Which country will be removed from the travel corridor list next, Greece, Italy or Sweden?

Which country will be removed from the travel corridor list next, Greece, Italy or Sweden?

The lack of clear information from the government on how it decides which countries will be removed from the travel corridor list each Thursday has led to confusion among holidaymakers.

Coronavirus: what it means for mortgages, credit cards, loans and savings

Coronavirus: what it means for mortgages, credit cards, loans and savings

Which? explains the coronavirus help available for savers as well as renters, landlords, homeowners, borrowers and benefits claimants.

Vitamin D: how much should you take and who’s most at risk?

Vitamin D: how much should you take and who’s most at risk?

Vitamin D is the one supplement experts agree we should all be taking this winter. We explain who's most at risk, how much you should take and what you need to be aware of, plus the latest on vitamin D and COVID-19

Airlines not seating passengers at a social distance even when the middle seat can be kept free

Airlines not seating passengers at a social distance even when the middle seat can be kept free

Major airlines aren't seating passengers at a social distance even when there is room to do so.

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Digital thermometers: what type to buy and how to take your temperature correctly

Digital thermometers: what type to buy and how to take your temperature correctly

Need a way to check if you have a fever or potential COVID-19? It's worth having a thermometer as part of your home health kit, especially now. We explain the pros and cons of different types, where you can buy one and how to take your temperature accurately.

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