Online marketplaces are risking your family's safety. We reveal how Amazon and Ebay are failing to protect their customers from unsafe and killer toys and car seats.
We exposed serious safety flaws in Cuggl stair gates earlier this year - and now more have come to light. Is yours affected?
MPs on the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee have declared it ‘astonishing’ that four years on from Whirlpool revealing defects in its tumble dryers, as many as 800,000...
AliExpress and eBay have removed 438 listings for killer carbon monoxide (CO) and smoke alarms that Which? tests have found will fail to sound when they need to.
BMW is extending its recall of diesel cars, after it was found that faulty parts could lead to a potential fire risk. In 2018, BMW originally recalled 268,000 UK diesel...
With car manufacturers replacing popular models and filling in every possible market niche, it’s been a busy time over at crash-safety organisation Euro NCAP.
We tested 15 popular teething toys and found safety risks with six of the teething toys, including ones bought from John Lewis and Amazon.
A baby monitor should help you to ensure your baby is safe. But if you don’t position it correctly, it could become a hazard.
Anyone who owns an affected Logik LVD7W15 or LVD7W18 tumble dryer could be at risk of causing a fire in their home if they continue to use it. In a...
An Argos Sleep bag, Ikea bib and In The Night Garden Igglepiggle toy are subject to a recall after being identified as potentially harmful to children. Find out how and where to return these unsafe products for a full refund.