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Bank and credit card customers still face costly calls

by 29 January 2015
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We've found that current account and credit card providers are still using high-cost telephone numbers, despite a Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) proposal to ban them. (more on calling your bank...)

How much sugar is in your breakfast bowl?

by 28 January 2015
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We've always known children's cereals aren't always the most healthy option to kick start the day. And now it seems the sugar content in many is on the up. Is it time we started to pick from elsewhere on the shelf? (more about cereals)

Tax scams target self-assessment deadline

by 26 January 2015
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Have you been exposed to a scam? Our new research shows over half of you have. So with tax return deadlines looming, it's worth brushing up on how to steer clear... (more about tax return scams)

Why registering to vote could be good for your credit rating

by 24 January 2015
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With the general election fast approaching on 7 May, here’s the Electoral Commission on why it’s important to register to vote. Did you know, for example, that not registering could damage your credit rating? (more on registering to vote...)

Free at last – Microsoft gives away Windows 10

by 22 January 2015
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If you're one of those who was left frustrated with Windows 8, today's your lucky day. An announcement from Microsoft introduces the new Windows 10. And better yet, it's free. (more about Windows 10...)

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You shouldn’t have to foot the bill for stolen phones

by , Senior Campaigner Technology 31 January 2015
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We’re calling on mobile providers to play fair with their customers one year after they promised to protect people facing massive bills if their phone is lost or stolen. You should not have to foot the bill for fraud. (more on mobile liability caps...)

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Are you still using halogen bulbs?

by , Conversation Editor Energy & Home 30 January 2015
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While we’ve already seen the EU phase out energy guzzling traditional incandescent bulbs, the time is now coming for a decision on the end of not-so-eco halogens. The question is, when? (more about halogen bulbs)

8 people have joined in this Conversation

Bank and credit card customers still face costly calls

by , Researcher/Writer Technology 29 January 2015
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Phone cartoon

We've found that current account and credit card providers are still using high-cost telephone numbers, despite a Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) proposal to ban them. (more on calling your bank...)

14 people have joined in this Conversation

How much sugar is in your breakfast bowl?

by , Chief Policy Adviser Energy & Home 28 January 2015
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Magnifying glass looking at calorie label

We've always known children's cereals aren't always the most healthy option to kick start the day. And now it seems the sugar content in many is on the up. Is it time we started to pick from elsewhere on the shelf? (more about cereals)

14 people have joined in this Conversation

Last minute tax return questions answered

by , Researcher/Writer Money 28 January 2015
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Tax time

In the lead up to the self-assessment deadline on 31 January we’ve been gathering and answering your burning tax return questions. Here’s a selection of some of the more interesting questions and answers… (more on tax returns...)

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How much are you really paying for your handset?

by , Chief Executive Technology 27 January 2015
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Our chief executive Peter Vicary-Smith says it’s time for a heads-up on hidden mobile phone handset costs. Wouldn’t it be easier if the cost of your handset was separate from charges for calls, data and texts? (more about mobile handsets...)

12 people have joined in this Conversation

Tax scams target self-assessment deadline

by , Consumer Rights Producer Consumer Rights 26 January 2015
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Clock saying 'tax time'

Have you been exposed to a scam? Our new research shows over half of you have. So with tax return deadlines looming, it's worth brushing up on how to steer clear... (more about tax return scams)

3 people have joined in this Conversation

Have you struggled to get your hands on Pensioner Bonds?

by , Online Writer Money 26 January 2015
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Pensioner Bonds were released to great fanfare earlier this month, but the launch appears to have been anything but smooth. Have you managed to get your hands on some or have you encountered issues? (more on Pensioner Bonds...)

3 people have joined in this Conversation

Brief cases: what to do with an uninvited holiday guest

by , Conversation Editor Consumer Rights 25 January 2015
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Villa with an outhouse

Which? members Frank and Janice Turner paid £2,420 to hire a villa for a family holiday, then found the British owner insisted on living in an outhouse during their stay. (more on holiday problems)

2 people have joined in this Conversation

Why registering to vote could be good for your credit rating

by , The Electoral Commission Money 24 January 2015
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Vote

With the general election fast approaching on 7 May, here’s the Electoral Commission on why it’s important to register to vote. Did you know, for example, that not registering could damage your credit rating? (more on registering to vote...)

7 people have joined in this Conversation

My view: we’ve never had it so good with TV

by , Conversation Editor Technology 23 January 2015
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Woman sad with TV

Community member Alfa's guest post hit a home-run when you all shared your top TV annoyances. From adverts to credits, you want to see change. But is it really that bad? I think our TV is brilliant. (more on TV annoyances...)

22 people have joined in this Conversation

Buying a stairlift? The pressure’s on…

by , Senior Health Researcher Energy & Home 23 January 2015
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Do you feel as though you may have been pressured into buying a stairlift? Our survey reveals shopping for a stairlift may not have been as simple as everyone had hoped… (more about stairlifts...)

3 people have joined in this Conversation

Utility Warehouse: are you in control of your mobile bill?

by , Utility Warehouse Technology 22 January 2015
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More than 45,000 people have supported our Unlock Mobiles campaign, and the mobile provider Utility Warehouse supports it too. Here’s Simon on why you should have more control over what you spend on mobiles. (more about mobiles...)

4 people have joined in this Conversation

Free at last – Microsoft gives away Windows 10

by , Editor, Which? Computing Technology 22 January 2015
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If you're one of those who was left frustrated with Windows 8, today's your lucky day. An announcement from Microsoft introduces the new Windows 10. And better yet, it's free. (more about Windows 10...)

17 people have joined in this Conversation

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