Weddings, gigs and theatre tickets Which? explains how to get your money back if an event you have tickets for is cancelled or postponed due to coronavirus.
The UK government has announced a new lockdown that will ban England residents from travelling abroad. Overnight stays and holidays in the UK and abroad are banned from 5 November to 2 December.
Which? explains the coronavirus help available for savers as well as renters, landlords, homeowners, borrowers and benefits claimants.
Our first independent test of reusable face masks reveals wide variation in effectiveness, and the surprising way washing your mask can make it work even better
During the national coronavirus lockdown, one in five shoppers were unable to contact retailers to resolve their complaints.
Sykes’ customers at risk from COVID-19 complications have complained that they are struggling to get their money back, despite intervention from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). The cottage provider made an undertaking back in July that a customer will receive a full refund if that person, or any member of their party, is vulnerable.
The financial challenges facing younger people, and the huge bill facing the government as a result of the pandemic, have intensified the debate around intergenerational fairness and the future of pensioner perks.
Applications for payment holidays on mortgages, credit cards and loans will close on 31 October. Which? explains what to do if you'll miss the deadline.
Find out how the Job Support Scheme and Self Employed Income Support Scheme are set to change in light of local lockdowns
The pandemic has been especially tough for older people finds Age UK report