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Eight things you need to know if you’re at risk of redundancy as a new law protects furloughed workers’ pay

Eight things you need to know if you’re at risk of redundancy as a new law protects furloughed workers’ pay

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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One issued every four seconds: how parking tickets became big business

One issued every four seconds: how parking tickets became big business

Private parking firms handed out 8.4 million tickets in the last financial year, a year-on-year increase of 24%.

Two in five homeowners don’t have a will: what happens if you die without one?

Two in five homeowners don’t have a will: what happens if you die without one?

Over two fifths of homeowners haven't written a will meaning their loved ones could lose out - but making one is easier than you think.

Buy-to-let landlords: should you join the exodus to Airbnb?

Buy-to-let landlords: should you join the exodus to Airbnb?

Which? explains how an increasing number of landlords are considering switching to short-term lettings, and offers advice on the pros and cons.

Broken system means faulty products could pose greater risk for UK homes

Broken system means faulty products could pose greater risk for UK homes

Which? is callingĀ for a radical overhaul of the broken consumer enforcement system as it warns he UK could face increasing levels of food poisoning, scams and even deaths caused by faulty products.

Kodi boxes: What the recent court judgements mean for you

Kodi boxes: What the recent court judgements mean for you

Way back in October of 2016 we reported on the confusing legality of so-called ‘Kodi boxes’ following a landmark court case in which a Teeside man was prosecuted for selling...

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