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Dryer fire victims slam government’s Whirlpool tumble dryer report

The findings of a government report into Whirlpool fire-dryers have been described as ‘astounding and worrying’, ‘misleading’ and ‘ignoring the problem’ by owners whose lives have been blighted by the...

Tesla Model 3: don’t be fooled by ‘full self-driving’ claims

Tesla Model 3; it’s the first car from the electric car pioneer with a sub-£40,000 price - but there's something you need to know about one of its claims.

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Government calls for action over Whirlpool tumble dryer fires

A government minister will 'take further action where necessary' amid allegations that Whirlpool made a customer agree not to speak out after their modified tumble dryer caught fire.

Which? calls for product safety shake-up to tackle flood of dangerous products

The UK could be flooded with a rising tide of unsafe toys, cars and white goods if the Government does not reform the system. Which? calls for the already failing consumer enforcement system to have a major shake up.

Two new SUVs get full marks in latest car safety tests

The latest Euro NCAP crash tests resulted in a full five-star overall safety rating for two new SUVs: the Citröen C5 Aircross and the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque. Quite...

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Doll containing toxic chemical found on sale at Smyths Toys

A popular Cry Babies doll aimed at children aged 18 months and older contains a toxic chemical that’s been banned by the EU for use in toys. Find out what our tests found and what to do if you’ve bought this toy from Smyths.

Which? slams toothless government Whirlpool dryer fires report

With modified and supposedly made-safe Whirlpool fire-risk dryers continuing to cause fires in people’s homes, the regulator existing to protect consumers from unsafe products has failed to take decisive action...

Safety alert: BabyStyle Oyster Carapace baby car seat with Duofix i-Size base named Which? Don’t Buy

Our car seat crash tests have uncovered issues with the BabyStyle Oyster Carapace baby car seat. Read our safety alert for more information.

New fire-risk fridge freezers uncovered

Two more fire-risk fridges and freezers from Amica and Lec have been uncovered, less than four months before they’ll be banned as part of stronger fridge freezer safety standards.

New Which? Don’t Buy car exposed due to poor safety

The Suzuki Ignis is a Which? Don’t Buy car, following major safety concerns for the driver and any child passengers after crash tests. Our latest tests have also revealed new...

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