The government cannot leave the cash system vulnerable to further damage. Our guest, Lord Holmes of Richmond, explains the action he’s taking.
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Every year, Citizens Advice runs Scams Awareness Fortnight with the Consumer Protection Partnership. Our guest explains what they’ve learnt about scams over the past year.
Can the new energy labels help us save on bills while improving the energy efficiency of our homes? Our guest from Energy Saving Trust explains more.
Has your vehicle or bike been damaged by a pothole? If so, did you make a claim? Our guest, blogger Scott Dixon, talks through how to go about it.
Today, on World Environment Day, we’re launching a brand new podcast called ‘Which? Investigates’. Its host, Science Journalist & Producer Greg Foot, is here to tell us more.
This week (17-23 May) marks Dementia Action Week. Our guest Alzheimer’s Society invites you to take action to improve the lives of people affected by dementia.(more…)
Residents of a development of six buildings in east London are struggling to cope with escalating waking watch costs. Here, a leaseholder tells us their story.
Southend-On-Sea’s Skyline Plaza is believed to have suffered the largest buildings insurance percentage increase in the country as a result of the cladding scandal. A resident tells their story.
The Master Locksmiths Association is warning homeowners to be on their guard for rogue locksmiths ripping off consumers. Here it explains what to watch out for.
We need electric car charging infrastructure to change before it’s too late. Following our recent investigation, Citizens Advice gives us its view.
The consumer movement has marked 15 March with World Consumer Rights Day every year since 1983. Our guest, Consumers International, looks back on this year’s event.
Derek may have ‘only’ lost £29.93 to a fake Clarks advert on Facebook, but all scams take their toll, and these numbers add up. Here, he describes his experience.
Citizens Advice continues to help people with a wide range of scams through the pandemic. Here, it joins us to spread awareness and explain more about its work.
In January, Which? member Sue thought she’d been invited to get the COVID-19 vaccine, only to realise just in time it was a fake text message. This is her story.