Which? reveals Sainsbury’s as the cheapest supermarket of 2019

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Blowing smoke - British Airways emitting more CO2 emissions per passenger than rival airlines

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“Dehumanising” - Airports failing to meet the needs of disabled travellers

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Which? reveals Sainsbury’s as the cheapest supermarket of 2019

Sainsbury’s has been crowned the cheapest supermarket of 2019, according to Which? research. The consumer group tracked thousands of branded grocery prices across six major supermarkets throughout 2019 to find out how much each shop was charging. Which? experts compiled a list of 53 common grocery items, from Andrex toilet tissue to Weetabix breakfast cereal, […]

Which? comments as thousands register fire-risk washing machines

Sue Davies, Head of Consumer Protection, Which?, said: “While Whirlpool has made progress with getting fire-risk washing machines out of people’s homes, there are still hundreds of thousands of dangerous machines that must be urgently traced. “The company should do the right thing and offer customers a refund, so people can get fire-risk machines out […]

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Blowing smoke – British Airways emitting more CO2 emissions per passenger than rival airlines

Flying with British Airways can increase CO2 emissions by up to 45 per cent per passenger when compared to rival airlines on the same UK routes, according to a new Which? Travel investigation. The consumer champion chose popular international routes from London which were well served by a variety of carriers to compare CO2 emissions […]

Which? comments as government introduces Agriculture Bill

Sue Davies, Head of Consumer Protection and Food Policy at Which?, said: “Prioritising sustainable food production, animal welfare and the environment is a positive step – but it is vital that the government gives equal weight to issues that are important to consumers, such as improved food safety and health. “Our research shows consumers value […]

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Which? response to speculation on the future of Flybe

Rory Boland, Which? Travel Editor, said: “The speculation that Flybe might be the next airline to go under will be a huge concern for its customers and for those who regularly use airports where the airline is the main carrier. “While flights will be going ahead as normal for the time being, this is a […]

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“Dehumanising” – Airports failing to meet the needs of disabled travellers

Passengers with reduced mobility are sometimes being left humiliated, deprived of their dignity and in some cases even physically hurt when travelling through airports, putting them off flying altogether, a new Which? investigation has found. The consumer champion has heard from passengers who feel they have been robbed of their dignity and left in degrading […]

Which? appoints Neil Caldicott as director of brand and communications

Neil Caldicott has been announced as the director of brand and communications at consumer group Which?.  Neil joins to lead the organisation’s brand and communications work, playing an integral role in building its membership, driving forward its brand values and delivering meaningful impact to make consumers’ lives simpler, safer and fairer. He joins Which? from […]

Which? response to ongoing Travelex situation

Kate Bevan, Which? Computing Editor, said: “Travelex customers are understandably concerned that their data might have been compromised after seeing reports that the hackers behind the attack have stolen their data. We’d urge Travelex to complete its investigations as soon as possible so that the firm can end the uncertainty for customers. “In the meantime, […]

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Which? responds to FCA announcement on cash savings accounts

Jenny Ross, Editor of Which? Money, said: “For too long now, savers have found themselves stuck earning paltry returns as firms have taken advantage of their long-term customers. Switching is complicated by firms offering a huge array of products at different rates, often with unclear pricing information, so it’s right that the regulator is intervening […]

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Whirlpool refunds urged as huge washing machine recall starts

As Whirlpool today launches its recall of more than half a million fire-risk washing machines, Which? is calling for the company to offer refunds to affected customers. Currently the company has offered to repair or replace the unsafe machines, but Which? has serious concerns that this could leave significant numbers of customers with the dangerous […]

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