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Frances Quinn: make the most of leftover Christmas pudding

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Frances Quinn, winner of the Great British Bake-Off 2013, helped us pick this year's best Christmas puddings. But what to do if you and your family can't eat it all? Here are Frances' top Christmas pudding recipes. (more…)

Are special offers on electrical items too good to be true?

by 18 December 2014
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In the market for a new TV? Or maybe a camera for Christmas? Watch out for dodgy offers on electrical goods that might not always be as attractive as they seem. In some cases these deals don't deliver any savings. (more about special offers...)

Ofgem: Why energy regulation must focus on consumers

by 16 December 2014
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At a Which? event, Ofgem’s chief Dermot Nolan outlined his vision for getting customers involved in the energy market. In this guest post, he explains more about this vision. (more from Ofgem...)

Undercover investigation: faulty advice on faulty goods

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Black Friday saw millions head to high street and online retailers to top up their Christmas gifts. Shop floor staff certainly know how to sell, but do they know your rights when it comes to returning faulty goods? (more about faulty goods...)

Sarah Beeny: would you sell your house online?

by 13 December 2014
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Would you ditch a high street estate agent in favour of selling your house online yourself? Here’s Sarah Beeny, presenter of Channel 4’s ‘How to Sell Your Home’, asking whether online estate agents are right for you. (more about selling your house...)

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Frances Quinn: make the most of leftover Christmas pudding

by , Baker Consumer Rights 19 December 2014
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Christmas pudding

Frances Quinn, winner of the Great British Bake-Off 2013, helped us pick this year's best Christmas puddings. But what to do if you and your family can't eat it all? Here are Frances' top Christmas pudding recipes. (more…)

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Government and mobile networks plan to drive out not-spots

by , Campaign Manager Technology 18 December 2014
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In a Government deal, EE, O2, Vodafone and Three Mobile have agreed to dramatically improve mobile coverage across the UK by 2017. Are you ready to see the back of not-spots? (more about mobile coverage...)

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Are special offers on electrical items too good to be true?

by , Lawyer Technology 18 December 2014
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Special offers

In the market for a new TV? Or maybe a camera for Christmas? Watch out for dodgy offers on electrical goods that might not always be as attractive as they seem. In some cases these deals don't deliver any savings. (more about special offers...)

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Poor weather means bad luck for Sky TV customers

by , Which? Magazine Deputy Editor Technology 18 December 2014
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Staying in on a stormy night to catch up on missed TV is one of life's great pleasures. While the weather may mean you lose your live TV signal, have you ever had trouble with recorded programmes? (more about Sky...)

6 people have joined in this Conversation

Are we falling out of love with Christmas cards?

by , Conversation Editor Money 17 December 2014
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If you want your cards to arrive in time for Christmas, tomorrow is the last day for second-class post. While it's a festive tradition, do you think sending cards has become a bit too expensive? (more about Christmas cards...)

10 people have joined in this Conversation

Ofgem: Why energy regulation must focus on consumers

by , Ofgem Energy & Home 16 December 2014
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Pound coins on energy prices

At a Which? event, Ofgem’s chief Dermot Nolan outlined his vision for getting customers involved in the energy market. In this guest post, he explains more about this vision. (more from Ofgem...)

168 people have joined in this Conversation

Do you rely on a home blood pressure monitor?

by , Senior Health Researcher Energy & Home 16 December 2014
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We’ve found seven Best Buy blood pressure monitors, but disappointingly just as many Don’t Buys. The truth is many of their results can’t be trusted so it's worth monitoring your options before you buy. (more about blood pressure monitors...)

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Undercover investigation: faulty advice on faulty goods

by , Senior Researcher Consumer Rights 16 December 2014
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Cartoon of shop floor

Black Friday saw millions head to high street and online retailers to top up their Christmas gifts. Shop floor staff certainly know how to sell, but do they know your rights when it comes to returning faulty goods? (more about faulty goods...)

8 people have joined in this Conversation

Giant tech brands – which one has your loyalty?

by , Technology Researcher Technology 15 December 2014
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Choosing a phone, tablet or computer could be a bigger investment than you thought. Not only are you buying the product, you're also buying into a tech ecosystem. And once you're part of the club, how easy is to leave? (more about tech ecosystems...)

2 people have joined in this Conversation

Have HMRC helplines left you hanging on?

by , Senior Money Researcher Money 15 December 2014
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It’s true that Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs gets a lot of calls (60m a year) but, even so, our findings paint a less than flattering picture. Have you been left hanging on the phone by HMRC? (more about HMRC...)

5 people have joined in this Conversation

Which? win: a new food watchdog for Scotland

by , Principal Advocate Scotland Consumer Rights 14 December 2014
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This week Which?'s campaigns work in Scotland resulted in stronger consumer protection in the food chain, as a new Bill ushered in a tougher independent agency called Food Standards Scotland (FSS). (more on Scottish food standards...)

3 people have joined in this Conversation

Sarah Beeny: would you sell your house online?

by , Property Expert Money 13 December 2014
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Would you ditch a high street estate agent in favour of selling your house online yourself? Here’s Sarah Beeny, presenter of Channel 4’s ‘How to Sell Your Home’, asking whether online estate agents are right for you. (more about selling your house...)

6 people have joined in this Conversation

How do you deal with your food allergies when eating out?

by , Food Standards Agency Consumer Rights 12 December 2014
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If you've a food allergy or intolerance eating out is often difficult. In this guest post from the Food Standards Agency, we find out how the times are changing with the introduction of new allergen rules. (more on food allergies...)

7 people have joined in this Conversation

How badly are pension providers failing their customers?

by , Campaign Manager Money 11 December 2014
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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has concluded that competition in the pensions industry isn't working well enough, and annuity providers have been leaving their customers short changed. (more about annuities...)

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