Here’s what’s happening on Which? Conversation and around which.co.uk during the week of 26 July.
Hello everyone and welcome to another week. We hope you managed to both enjoy the sunny weather and stay safe during the storms that followed.
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Last week was a busy one with an update to our calls on the Online Safety Bill, Kate’s musings on back-up plans for your tech and another scam warning as fake Bitcoin emails are spoofing the domain of Selfridges.
And of course our latest event took place last Thursday with the Which? Trusted Traders team joining us live to answer your questions. Take a look back at how that went here.
Things remain just as busy going into this week with a number of new discussions planned. We’ve again worked alongside the team that produces the Which? print supplements as a new guide on running your home efficiently is being sent to subscribers shortly. What are your tips?
Kate Bevan will be joining us live on Wednesday at 3pm to answer your tech questions, and we’ll be launching the following week’s event on Friday. You can catch up with all the past ones here.
Meanwhile we’ll be taking a closer look at Paul McCartney’s latest music video (the reasons will soon be revealed!) and then we’ll have our quiz of the month at the weekend.
At the polls
Inspired by the August edition of Which? Magazine’s investigation into health tracking, do you know roughly how many steps you take per day? Do you have a health/fitness device keeping track?
Over to you
How’s your own week looking? What would you like us to cover here on Which? Conversation?
Let us know in the comments.
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