Actor Richard Wilson is investigating automated services, and finds out how frustrating it can be registering for pay-by-phone parking. Should it really take 12 minutes and £3 in calling charges to park for five minutes?
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The government has announced a £1bn scheme to get unemployed young people working again. But will it work? Mark Littlewood of the Institute of Economic Affairs argues the case for a very different solution.
If you could force energy companies to behave differently, what would you expect of them? That’s what not-for-profit energy company Ebico’s asking. Managing Director Phil Levermore explains why you should speak up.
What if we could challenge the scientific and medical claims made on products, adverts and websites? That’s exactly what the charity Sense About Science wants us to do – will you join them in asking for evidence?
The average home gets 453 pieces of junk mail a year. No wonder so many of us want to cut the amount we receive. Robert Rijkhoff, of the Stop Junk Mail campaign, explains why current measures simply don’t work.
The Conservative Party conference is underway – the last of the season – but what does our government think about energy tariffs, energy suppliers and renewables? We spoke to Greg Barker to find out.
With the Labour Party Conference in full swing, here’s the second of our politician Q&As. This time we quiz Chris Leslie, Shadow Financial Secretary to the Treasury, on the current state of financial services.
How can consumers choose the right tariff when there are almost 400 to compare? The market is currently far too confusing, which is why we need to put pressure on Ofgem to tackle tariffs.
Yesterday, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Chris Huhne made a big splash speaking at the Lib Dem conference. We caught up with him beforehand to question him on key energy issues…
A recent survey shows that 73% of Brits are concerned about having injectable cosmetic treatment from a provider who isn’t appropriately qualified. So why do so many people buy ‘blind’ from group buying sites?
A Greenpeace investigation has found toxic chemicals in clothing from 14 global brands, including Adidas and H&M. Greenpeace UK’s Tamara Stark shares her anger and asks – who’s responsible?
At a banking debate this morning, Which? called upon the Independent Commission on Banking to be brave with its recommendations. Vince Cable joins us to explore how we can prevent another banking crisis.
The Dilnot Commission has proposed radical reform of the present system for funding long-term care. We’re joined by Andrew Dilnot who explains why the government must act on the Commission’s recommendations.
When I spoke to Which?’s executive director, Richard Lloyd, on Radio 5 Live this week, he told me people switch partners more often than they switch bank account. Why are we so bad at taking control of our finances?