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Holly Deans says:
3 February 2020

We are usually give a single weight/time cooking guide for a given recipe,could indications be added for double or smaller quantities.

I never know whether to increase/decrease time or temperature.
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Tyke says:
10 February 2020

Nuisance Calls

Force all operators to allow unlimited call blocking (BT limits to 100) and make all numbers able to be called back and traced to an owner. This would help reduce aggressive calls to vulnerable people
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31 January 2020

Consumer Law Regarding Customers Disadvantaged When Companies Go Into Administration

Currently, customers who order and pay for goods are the last to receive payments if a company goes into administration: the Law should alter so that they are the first to receive full refunds.
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peter warm says:
25 February 2020

How do banks get away with restricting our data downloads? a

I have just taken over the family banking.
I was aghast to see that our bank, HSBC, only allowed data download (.csv/.xls) for the current month. Do others do any better?
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Chris says:
28 March 2020

BT Sport Charging for Live Sport and there isn’t any?

BT are not planning to pause the charges for their “Live” sports during the crisis. Sky have done this already. Is this the right behaviuor for this giant company now?? I think not. Lets campaign now.
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Today 09:39

Hey Chris, we’ve actually been on the case for this for a while, and understand that BT now offer their customers three different options they’re offering their customers: https://www.bt.com/sport-support-options/?s_cid=con_FURL_sport_support

Keep us posted if you take any of these – we’d be keen to hear about your experience.

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Jean Robinson says:
26 March 2020

Taxi drivers

I am concerned about people who are close to me who are taxi drivers, they cannot distance themselves from their passengers so are at high risk from Coronavirus,do they have to go to work.
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Arthur O"Leary says:
26 March 2020

comparison of time to buy funds

I found Hargreaves Lansdown took 2 days to complete an instruction to Buy and increase my holding in a Fund, thereby increasing the cost price by 8%. I believe a comparison would be very beneficial.
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Alex Linden says:
25 March 2020

[subject]Please re-examine your views on wearing face masks, they have made a big difference to saving peoples lives and stopping the spread of COVID 19 and the common flu in Hong Kong, S Korea and China.[/subject]

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Joseph Nicholson says:
25 March 2020

virus transmission query

Can the Cvirus be transmitted via post deliveries, shopping deliveries, newspaper deliveries ?
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David Friend says:
19 March 2020

greatly miss my library being closed.

A good book can take you away to another world
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Mark Wilks says:
19 March 2020

Rinsing – lack of – in washing machines

Who thinks that their washing machine doesn’t rinse properly?
Try putting a towel or face flannel in a sink of water and see how much froth there is. The machines just don’t take in enough water.
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Eamonn Rafferty says:
17 March 2020

Price gouging at Waitrose

Waitrose increased the price of cans of no-added sugar lemonade by 38%, pretending that it was because of the government’s soft drinks levy. In fact it’s just a scam because the cans are levy exempt
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DH says:
13 March 2020

Decaffeination of tea !

I am concerned about methods of decaffeinating tea. I note some companies declare their methods, ( Taylor’s and Clipper& Twinings). I wanted to switch to tea that only uses the Co2 method. Previously been using Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference Earl Grey decaf . I wrote to Sainsbury’s asking the method they use. Their reply states ” We are unable to confirm how we decaffeinate our teabags as this is commercially sensitive “. Very surprised by the response in an age of consumer transparency . Made me think they must be using a chemical method?
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judywele says:
8 March 2020

Smaller tissues

packet tissues are fab but too big for one nose blow so we tend to hang onto them for further use. That’s against current advice. I propose quarter size tissues – I find them just right
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5 March 2020

Our Sixt rental car was seriously broken.

Sixt accused us, told we were 100% liable and put us on the blacklist. Then the BVRLA got involved, we got the full refund, but no travel costs compensation.
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John Storrie says:
2 March 2020

Salamander Pump Reliability & Warranty

Has anyone had issues with the reliability and warranty of Salamander pumps?
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douglas rankine says:
28 February 2020

Two people listen to a smart tv prog, one is partially deaf, the other doesn’t like subtitles but has an acute sense of hearing.

What hardware and/or software is available to overcome the problem?
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DaveOz says:
28 February 2020

Which? Magazine index

I’m new here, hope this is the right place. Have recently re-joined Which and I’d like to know what has happened to the magazine INDEX of reports? Used to appear at the back of every third mag I think
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George says:
24 February 2020

WiFi CONNEKT

Has anyone experience of WiFi CONNEKT power sockets with built in WiFi and Ethernet? Has Which reviewed them? They didn’t come up in a search.
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BobMorgen says:
20 February 2020

Time to end Fine Print

The fine print in my boiler cover cost me £500. Had I known, I would have done things differently. We are not lawyers who can read 8 pages of fine print. Time to fix this?
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John perry says:
17 February 2020

Need to lay a patio.

Looking for information on outdoor porcelain tiles. I’m told they are weatherproof, non slippy and easy to clean. Does anyone have any experience with them?
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Nic says:
14 February 2020

How do you get Fibre without having to do a Community Partnership?

Hello, I have moved into a new area where my max Broadband speed is 22 mbps on a good day!
BT advised I need to go Fibre by the Community Partnership? I’m not happy doing, is there another way?
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13 February 2020

Is it a good idea to sit in a parked car or van looking at a mobile or laptop for a long time leaving the engine running?

My observations indicate that it has become an very popular pastime.
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