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Solar panel battery popularity is booming: should you buy one?

Solar panel batteries are becoming more popular, with Duracell, LG, Samsung and Tesla among manufacturers. But is a solar power battery right for your home and how much does a solar battery cost? We..
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Discover the best cheapest printer ink of 2019

Like more than half of Which? members, chances are you're paying way too much for your printer ink. Switching to cheap compatible ink cartridges could save you more than £70 when you come to restock..
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HSBC will compensate 18,000 customers for unfair debt charges

We explain how the HSBC compensation scheme for unfair debt charges works and what to do if you think you might have been affected.
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Which cot mattress brands do parents rate?

Find out which cot mattress brands are most popular with parents and how highly they rate them. We spoke to 1,598 parents who own and use a cot mattress to find out if they would recommend their cot..
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Which? reveals the sky-high roaming costs holiday-goers face this summer

If you're going on holiday this summer, beware the sky-high roaming costs you can face. Uploading one 5MB photo in Turkey could cost you £40.
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Which? reveals the UK’s best mattress brands for 2019

Find out who really makes the most comfortable mattresses, plus who's on top for customer satisfaction and value for money. We also reveal what the UK's most popular sleeping positions are.
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Best portable barbecues for grilling on the go this summer

Whether you’re planning a summer beach outing, a trip to the park or a camping holiday, a good portable barbecue is essential kit for cooking delicious food on the go....
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The cost of a ‘luxurious’ retirement? £42,000 a year, Which? reveals

Couples need to generate an income of £42,000 a year to have a luxurious retirement of long-haul holidays and new cars, exclusive research by Which? has found - an amount that would require a pension..
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What’s new in Which? magazine: August 2019

Which? magazine is the UK’s bestselling monthly, trusted by more than 600,000 subscribers. Packed with reviews, advice, investigations and news, our aim is to make individuals as powerful as the...
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Tesco raises prices on more than 1,000 products

Supermarket Tesco has put up prices on thousands of its products, including cheese, pasta, beer and jam, according to data from the supermarket industry.
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Five smartphone camera features you didn’t know existed

We’re all mesmerised by the new flagship smartphones when they hit the shelves. But as technology develops so quickly, it’s near impossible to get to grips with all the innovative...
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Current account switching bonuses disappear: is it still worth changing?

Switchers looking for a new current account will find there are fewer cash bonus incentives offered by the big providers from Monday.
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Million-pound houses: where are buyers flocking for prime properties?

Which? analyses a new report showing that million pound house sales have dropped off after a decade of huge growth,
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The Alan Turing £50 note: everything you need to know

Alan Turing, the pioneering British computer scientist, will feature on the new £50 note design, the Bank of England has announced.
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Thomas Cook and Tui rated worst for package holidays

Big names Thomas Cook and Tui have come bottom Which? Travel's package holiday provider survey. Other holiday companies offer a better experience at low prices.
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New Ford car is a Which? Don’t Buy due to poor safety

Since the Ford Ka+ Active is based on the regular Ka+, it shares its Euro NCAP assessment – this means it scores a poor three stars out of five in...
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Argos issues Bush double oven safety warning

Argos has issued a safety warning for one of its double ovens after finding that its unclear installation instructions may increase chances of overheating.
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Could ‘bad credit’ credit cards be more expensive than a payday loan?

Stepchange warns credit builder cards charging between 30-70% APR cards are exacerbating debt problems for the financially vulnerable rather than helping.
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Parents skipping holidays to fund their child’s university costs

Holidays and other luxury spending are on the chopping block for parents preparing to financially support their child at university, according to new Which? research. In a survey of 846...
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Which supermarket was cheapest in June 2019?

We compared Asda, Morrisons, Ocado, Sainsbury's, Tesco and Waitrose to find the cheapest supermarket for June 2019.
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Inflation holds at 2.0% in June: find out what it means for your savings

We reveal why CPI inflation has stayed the same, and where to find the best savings and cash Isa accounts that can beat the current rate
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Price hikes and drop outs – the worst TV and broadband providers for complaints

Our research into the UK’s biggest TV and broadband providers has found that most customers have experienced at least one issue with their service over the last year. Price increases, drop outs and..
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The top five garden pests and what to do about them

No matter how green-fingered you are, all gardens are affected by pests from time to time. And as much as we’d like to keep our plots creature friendly, these pests...
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Only two weeks left to renew tax credits for 2019-20

There are only two weeks left to renew your 2019-20 tax credits. Find out how to get make sure yours are renewed by 31st July 2019 deadline.
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London airport strikes: are you prepared for summer travel disruption?

Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted airports could face industrial action this summer, throwing millions of holidaymakers' plans into chaos during peak travel weeks.
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PPI mis-selling scandal: an insider view

Which? spoke to a former business manager who worked for a major UK bank to find out how and why PPI was sold to customers ahead of the PPI claim...
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Facebook launches new tool to combat scams on social media

Facebook has launched a new scam-reporting tool, as the social media giant teams up with Martin Lewis and Citizens Advice to combat the fake ads epidemic. The move comes after...
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New rules could help people with medical conditions find affordable travel insurance

The Financial Conduct Authority is considering plans for a new signposting service that would point customers with medical conditions to more affordable travel cover.
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16,000 landlords admit to underpaying tax as HMRC cracks down on buy-to-let

Which? assesses data that shows more landlords are admitting to underpaying tax to HMRC, and offers advice on how to ensure you're paying enough income tax.
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Amazon Prime Day 2019: best kitchen and home appliance deals

We've scoured the deals on popular kitchen appliances and vacuum cleaners on Amazon Prime Day 2019 to uncover the ones that represent a genuine saving - and the ones to avoid. Get the Which? expert..
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