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Consumers groups are urging the Government to axe its fleet of premium-rate phone lines. Richard Lloyd, chief executive of Which?, said people were sometimes "left out of pocket when calling essential services".
International Longevity Centre-UK press release New research challenges assumption of a spendthrift older consumer: Most older people “Burdened by Bills” or “Cons...
Which? executive director, Richard Lloyd, said: "It's good the Government is cracking down on hidden pensions charges because more transparency is urgently needed...
London Liberal Democrats press release The Mayor of London could play a key role in driving out loan sharks across London, according to a new report published to...
Cathy Jamieson said real people on the street knew there was a cost of living crisis. "Those voices of real people on the streets actually tell the story and that...
Richard Lloyd confirmed Which? had not been consulted on Labour’s plan for the consumer group to work alongside the regulator. “Like the rest of the country, it w...
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