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Revealed: savers with small deposits miss out on the best savings rates

UK savers with less than £1,000 saved up would be excluded from nearly half of all savings accounts and cash Isas, new Which? research has found
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Realme smartphones to launch in the UK: £175 ‘3 Pro’ will shake up budget market

Chinese phone brand Realme is making its UK debut in June, but can its affordable flagship genuinely compete with Huawei, Motorola and Samsung?
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Revealed: the terrifying smoke alarms that will fail when you need them

Four smoke alarms that are widely available online have recently failed all eight smoke detection tests carried out by Which?. The alarms pose a danger to anyone who owns them...
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No space to get the Windows 10 May update? Here are five PC cleaning mistakes to avoid

How to avoid wrecking your computer in pursuit of a cleaner hard drive
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Are Currys dishwashers any good?

We've just put two cheap Currys dishwashers to the test. Discover their pros and cons and what else you can get for a similar price. Plus what you'll miss out on if you buy a cheap dishwasher, and what..
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EE announces 5G switch on date

The UK's biggest mobile network, EE, has announced that the UK's first 5G service will be launching on the 30th of May in six cities: London, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast, Birmingham and Manchester.
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Windows 10 May 2019 Update: what to expect from your next big update

Windows 10 update features: We run through the biggest changes coming to Windows 10 and when they're expected to arrive.
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Life savers: seven new cars ace Euro NCAP safety tests

The new Renault Clio, hybrid Toyota Corolla and all-electric Audi e-tron among the seven cars to get top marks for safety from Euro NCAP.
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Inflation rises to 2.1% in April – can your savings account match it?

Inflation jumped to 2.1% in April 2019. Find out what the increase means for your cash, and how to find the best savings account and cash Isa to beat it.
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Four reasons now could be the time to buy a new fridge

From improved energy efficiency to non-flammable backing, these four reasons might convince you it's time to upgrade your fridge.
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Retirement interest-only mortgage boom: should you get one?

More retirement interest-only mortgages (RIOs) are available than ever, giving older homeowners a new way to borrow. But should you get one?
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Honor unveils new 20 series smartphones: big specs on a small budget

Huawei has confirmed the launch of not one but three mobile phones in its new Honor 20 range. With a firm focus on targeting youth, the new devices will come...
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RBS and NatWest make U-turn on 0% credit card promise

The banks have backtracked on a 2014 pledge to ban ‘teaser’ rates with the launch of a fee-free 0% balance transfer credit card. Can you benefit?
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£27 million lost to Bitcoin and other investment scams

Bogus bitcoin scams and dodgy investments are on the rise. We explain what Bitcoin is, how to avoid cryptocurrency scams and how to invest safely.
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Tesco Bank pulls mortgage range and announces sell-off: what does it mean for customers?

Which? explains what Tesco Bank's decision to pull out of the mortgage market means for its 23,000 existing customers.
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Nine self-employed mortgage myths busted

Almost three-quarters of self-employed home-buyers fear it will be harder to get a mortgage because of their employment status - but is this really the case?
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Which? disagrees that fears around chlorinated chicken are ‘unfounded’

Which? is concerned that a trade deal with the US could mean chlorinated chicken will be sold in the UK after Brexit. We think this practice means lower hygiene standards that put consumers at risk...
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Is Ryanair getting worse?

It's no surprise that Ryanair's profits have fallen given its record low rating by passengers in our survey of the best and worst airlines.
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Google suspends dealings with Huawei, should you buy a Huawei phone?

Google reportedly stops supporting future Huawei software updates, putting the future of Huawei phones running Android in doubt.
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New mortgage lends homebuyers 5.5 times their salary

A new mortgage deal allows applicants to borrow up to 5.5 times their annual income. But do you risk taking on more debt than you can afford?
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448 years lost to significant train delays in 2018, Which? reveals

Passengers lost almost four million hours to significantly delayed trains last year. This is why we need automatic compensation.
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London Living Rent: can you benefit from this affordable housing scheme?

In May 2017, Mayor Sadiq Khan launched the affordable housing scheme, London Living Rent. But two years on, are any properties on the market?
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Upmarket cars and SUVs tested – including one you can afford

Are premium cars and SUVs all they’re cracked up to be, or are you just paying over-the-odds for the brand name? This month, we review a whole range of upmarket...
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