The Government must protect rights and access to good quality and affordable products after Brexit. Our guest, Kelly Tolhurst MP, the Consumer Minister, sets out how this can happen.
What do the future decades hold for consumers, food suppliers and farmers? There are plenty of challenges, but also opportunities, ahead…
Theresa May’s government published their Brexit White Paper last week – but what does it really mean? Our resident Brexit expert Jane Wallace sets our latest findings…
New Which? research shows the startling difference that providers can charge for using your mobile phone around the world, as it calls on the government to publicly commit to prioritising free roaming in post-Brexit trade deals. (more on mobile phone roaming charges…)
There’s a growing demand to buy British, but consumers don’t know where to find British-made products, according to new research. Our guest author and founder of campaign group Make it British explains more… (more on British products…)
Brexit gives the UK and Australian governments a rare chance to strike up a trade deal putting consumers first. Which? CEO Peter Vicary-Smith and CHOICE CEO Alan Kirkland lay out how it can and must be done.
Keeping connected via a mobile device with friends, family, colleagues or even your pet has become a part of modern life. But the ability to do so when travelling abroad can come with a hefty price tag… (more on global mobile roaming…)
Many areas of our lives, including healthcare abroad, keeping our homes warm and travel rights, are protected by EU laws that need much greater attention during Brexit negotiations. That’s why we’ve launched our Consumer Charter.
A leaked government email has revealed a strange suggestion to replace the European standards mark that indicates if a product is considered safe by the manufacturer. Instead, it suggests using Amazon reviews – what do you think of this idea?
Paying for your weekly or monthly shop has undeniably become more expensive in some cases since the Brexit vote. So where are the price rises hitting you most? (Brexit and price rises…)
Plans for the UK’s departure from the European Union are now underway. While the government is setting up an all-business forum to consider the needs of the economy, we’re concerned the voice of consumers isn’t being heard.
Passport, money and Ehic card have long made up the essential core of my ‘must not lose’ items when pottering around Europe on holiday. However, with the UK’s withdrawal from the EU what will become of my trusty Ehic card? (more on Ehic and Brexit…)
Now that Article 50 has been triggered it’s essential that consumer groups, businesses, regulators and governments come together to ensure that we help to secure the best outcomes for consumers.
Parliament may only sit for a few more days before it dissolves for the General Election, but yesterday I had the chance to speak to members of the Lords about the most critical issue on the next government’s plate – Brexit. And crucially, what that means for consumer protection.