Our Cash Summit brought together everyone who’s anyone in banking and finance. Now, we’re discussing what’s next for our Freedom to Pay campaign.
We’re determined to put consumers at the heart of the government’s priorities. It’s vital when key decisions are being made about the UK’s future every day.
We want people to be better protected from flammable plastic-backed fridge-freezers. Do you back our call for retailers to take fire-risk appliances off the shelves?
Spotted a review that doesn’t look quite right? Does that product’s five-star rating just not stack up? Sign our petition to put a stop to fake reviews.
As we host a major cash summit, drawing together industry giants and experts, the Economic Secretary to the Treasury explains how and why cash is being protected.
Automatic compensation is at the core of Which?’s #TrainPain campaign. Huw Merriman MP joins us to explain why he has been backing our calls since 2017 and why the Government’s Rail Review is the perfect opportunity to deliver better compensation for rail passengers. (more…)
While there has been a decline in its use, cash remains immensely popular and important for many people. In a huge win for the 140,000+ supporters who backed our campaign, we welcome the Government’s move to commit to protecting it.
We’re becoming more and more concerned about the challenges people are facing to access their cash free of charge. Have you been forced to pay for withdrawals?
Access to cash is especially important for people living outside of cities. Our guest author Stella Hurley describes what happened when her local ATM shut.
Buying a house and starting a family got me into a spiral of debt I thought I’d never escape from – but paying for most things in cash saved me, writes our guest author Katie Johnson.
What if those glowing customer reviews we see aren’t honest or impartial, or don’t reflect the person’s true experience? This is the world of fake reviews.
It’s been three years since we first published our concerns with Whirlpool’s tumble dryer safety fault affecting five million of its machines in the UK, yet we still have serious concerns with the company’s handling of the issue.
New laws come into place today to make company directors accountable for plaguing people with nuisance calls. How soon could the Information Commissioner’s Office use their new powers?
We all have our own individual train horror stories, but is satisfaction with our railways declining across the board? Our research suggests it is…