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Amazon Prime Day 2019: best kitchen and home appliance deals

We've scoured the deals on popular kitchen appliances and vacuum cleaners on Amazon Prime Day 2019 to uncover the ones that represent a genuine saving - and the ones to avoid. Get the Which? expert guide to the deals. Reported by Which?

Lloyds Bank and Bank of Scotland to cut current account interest

Current accounts that pay interest are being scaled back. Find out which are still worth going for. Reported by Which?

Broadband deal of the week: Virgin Media £50 bill credit and free setup

Each week, we scan the broadband landscape to find great savings on new deals. This week, a flash deal by Plusnet offers £75 cashback and Post Office offer anytime calls on their ultra-cheap standard broadband package. Reported by Which?

Four in ten fridge freezers can’t handle the heat

Hundreds of the bestselling fridge freezers are unable to maintain a stable temperature in warm weather. We reveal the worst fridge freezers for temperature fluctuation to help you keep your food fresh and flavouful. Reported by Which?

Europcar brands worst for car hire problems

Nearly half of those who hired a car with Interrent, and more than four in ten Goldcar customers, reported a problem with their rental, ranging from terrible customer service to unexpected charges. Find out which car hire companies you should avoid, and which you should hire with. Reported by Which?

Accidentally signed up to Amazon Prime? You’re not alone

Ever bought something on Amazon, selected the best delivery option and later realised that you had subscribed to Prime? You’re not alone. Reported by Which?

Government rejects ‘banking hubs’ proposal to combat bank branch closures

Despite 3,000 bank branches closing in just four years, the government has decided not to require banks to fund 'banking hubs' in towns with no more branches. Reported by Which?

The latest lightweight strollers for your holiday

If you're going away this summer and want a lightweight and compact stroller to take with you, then check out our review of the latest pushchairs from Bugaboo, iCandy, Joie and Argos Cuggl. Reported by Which?

Tineco Pure One S12: can it outsmart Dyson?

The Tineco Pure One S12 cordless vacuum has some seriously smart features, and it's £100 cheaper than the flagship Dyson V11 Absolute. It might be an unknown brand to you, but should you consider it? Reported by Which?

Seven new cars you can look forward to in 2019-20

Buying a new car is meant to be an exciting experience, ending with you driving away in a shiny new model, free from faults and loaded with toys. But with... Reported by Which?

Six tactics to get the best deal on Amazon Prime Day 2019

We roundup our top five tips for getting the best deal in the Amazon Prime Day sale 2019. Reported by Which?

Amazon Prime Day 2019 – Which? test labs pick the best deals and products to avoid

Prime Day is here, which means a trip to the retailer's website will see you showered in deals. We've waded through the discounts to pick out the best offers. Reported by Which?

Whirlpool issues product recall of unmodified tumble dryers

Owners of unmodified, affected Whirlpool tumble dryers are now entitled to a new replacement machine after a product recall announced today. Reported by Which?

Will home insurance protect you from ‘porch pirates’ and ‘barbecue bandits’?

Garden thefts have jumped by almost a quarter over the past year. Find out if your home insurance covers items kept in your garden, porch, shed or summerhouse. Reported by Which?

Why you’re wrong about switching broadband provider

When we surveyed over 8,000 broadband customers, only a third said they were considering switching broadband provider – and nearly half had never switched away from the provider they first... Reported by Which?

Safety alert: Stokke Steps Bouncer and Newborn Set recalled

Stokke has announced it is recalling the Steps Bouncer and the Steps Newborn Set due to a flaw in the way they attach to the Stokke Steps high chai. It poses a potential fall hazard to children. Reported by Which?

PPI claims firm charges staggering 39% in fees

Which? has found claims management company The PPI Team is breaking FCA rules by overcharging double the commission it is allowed to on PPI claims. Reported by Which?

On test: Realme 3 Pro takes on Google Pixel 3a, OnePlus 7 Pro

Emerging from under the wing of rising manufacturer Oppo to become its own brand, Realme aims to shake up the UK market with high-spec, affordable smartphones that will have you... Reported by Which?

Over 75 and paying for a TV licence? There’s still time to get it for free – and bag a refund

Pensioners can still benefit from almost a year of free TV licence services – and could also get a refund if they've been paying since they turned 75. Reported by Which?


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