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Five changes the UK-Australia trade deal could make to your food, finances and data rights

Five changes the UK-Australia trade deal could make to your food, finances and data rights

The UK and Australia have signed a trade agreement in principle, but what does it mean for UK consumers and when will we feel the effects? The deal, the UK’s...

Six ways to shop more ethically – from Black Pound Day to new sustainable brands

Six ways to shop more ethically – from Black Pound Day to new sustainable brands

As Black Pound Day reaches its first anniversary, find out steps you can take to shop more ethically and help change the world via a spot of retail therapy.

Best-selling Amazon products show signs of fake and incentivised review practice

Best-selling Amazon products show signs of fake and incentivised review practice

Ahead of Amazon Prime Day 2021, a Which? investigation into some of Amazon's bestselling products has revealed repeated claims from buyers of being offered incentives for positive reviews.

13 things you need to know before Amazon Prime Day

13 things you need to know before Amazon Prime Day

Find out the dates for Amazon Prime Day 2021, plus get inside advice from Which? on how to get the best bargains and avoid fake reviews and dud deals.

‘My Adidas trainers from Sports Direct didn’t turn up – I want my money back’
Which? reveals best and worst sports shops

Which? reveals best and worst sports shops

What are the best websites and shops to buy trainers, sports clothes and equipment from? Which? reveals the best retailers, from Sports Direct to Sweaty Betty.

‘Way Day’ furniture deals to launch this week: what is Wayfair and is it any good?

‘Way Day’ furniture deals to launch this week: what is Wayfair and is it any good?

With Wayfair’s annual ‘Way Day’ sales deals coming later this week, we take a closer look at the online furniture retailer.

‘Two hours to collect a ‘no-drill’ pet gate that needs a drill. I’m furious with Argos’

‘Two hours to collect a ‘no-drill’ pet gate that needs a drill. I’m furious with Argos’

Do you have an issue you need put right? Which? is here to help get your consumer problems sorted. Dear Which?, I ordered a pet gate from Argos after moving...

Neon Beach leaves customers in the dark about made-to-order lights

Neon Beach leaves customers in the dark about made-to-order lights

Neon Beach, an online retailer selling made-to-order neon signs, left customers waiting months for their orders before falling into administration in March 2021. Which? spoke to scores of aggrieved customers...

Which? calls for clarity on post-Brexit delivery charges

Which? calls for clarity on post-Brexit delivery charges

From import charges to confusing returns processes, post-Brexit rules mean shopping with European retailers isn’t as simple as it used to be. In fact, two in five of us who...

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