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malcolm r says:
4 September 2015

Parking penalties

Stop extortionate penalties – lower limit on initial penalty charge (maybe to £25) and issue recorded warnings as well as penalties. Maybe relate penalty charge to offence history.
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Liz Waters says:
5 September 2015

Letting agents, landlords and Students

Can Which? start a campaign around rip off off letting agent fees and rents. The standard of accommodation is often appalling and students (and parents) are paying through the nose.
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John Ward says:
5 September 2015

Saturday & Sunday Newspapers

I like to catch up with current affairs at the weekend, but why do I have to pay so much for a load of material that goes straight in the bin? Is there no room in the market for a normal newspaper?
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Robert says:
7 September 2015

Washing Machine Vibration

Washing machine vibrates in upstairs flat on wooden floor. Does anyone know of a anti-vibration mat that the machine could be placed on that works.

Does anyone know if which have investigated.

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DAVEM says:
9 September 2015

Short term Airport Car Parking Charges

I regularly do 1 & 2 day trips from stansted and the car parking charges have risen to £40+ at the cheapest for 48hrs which is often more than the return flight.
2 years ago it was less than £20
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Beryl says:
10 September 2015

Consumers right to receive both mobile phone and TV signal reception.

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alfa says:
11 September 2015

Discuss – Do Companies Hide Behind Brands

Should companies put their top of the umbrella name on their brands i.e. white goods. When a company is taken over should it be renamed i.e. building societies, mobile networks. What would the knock-on effects be?
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13 September 2015

REAL financial advice for secondary school kids

as most of us know we are in very hard financial times and I thought it be in the very interests of our younger generations to give them a proper reality check, by actually teaching them about money
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13 September 2015

money in schools

as my previous comment i was quoted by a young person in a youth group im involved in ” they don’t teach you about real finances in school it would have been better if they had”.
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14 September 2015

I would like a Convo about water quality and filter jugs.

We live in a hard water area – I know that’s supposed to be good for you – but sometimes it tastes awful. I’ve asked friends to recommend water filter jugs, but customer reviews are dire.
Any ideas?
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14 September 2015

Please could we have legal advice on consumer rights

Please could a member of the Which? Legal team host a Conversation to answer some questions about faulty goods and advise on what consumers might expect to achieve if they take a retailer to court.
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alfa says:
18 September 2015

NHS Refuse To Prescribe Blood Glucose Test Strips Unless on Insulin

How are diabetics supposed to manage diet? Why are test strips so expensive? Is it right to dish out ecigs for a lifestyle choice but not help medical condition that will cost NHS more in long run.
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Patricia says:
20 September 2015

Which survey on pet food please- lots of choices little science.

Apparently cats should not eat a wheat based diet. As the vet only sells wheat based dry foods and had never heard of the food we give our animal (Canagan), is this scientific?
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Stuart says:
20 September 2015

changes in First Direct policies

FD are losing their edge. I tried to open a regular saver account, they want me to spend well over 30 mins confirming my employers address, income etc, just to save money with them. Excessive.
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CDT says:
22 September 2015

Motorhomes

Why do owners receive poor customer service and huge delays over warranty issues. Hardly an apology or concern from dealers. It would be refreshing to get a good level of service after buying.
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22 September 2015

Joined up information sharing between trading standards, police and citizens advice

Doorstep scams – e.g. ‘fresh fish’ sellers pressure pensioners to buy poor fish then move rapidly on. Different councils do media alerts – usually when they are long gone. Share alerts in advance.
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Janet says:
30 September 2015

Foodie fashions that are bad for our health

Why are many fashionable, ‘foodie’ restaurants so strongly focused on serving cured, smoked and charred foods when these processes are known to be carcinogenic? Are others similarly concerned?
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malcolm r says:
30 September 2015

Which? sharing European consumer association information

With around 40 European consumers associations looking at similar issues to Which? – testing, reliability, guarantees, etc – should Which? routinely cooperate and share information and test results?
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