Morrisons has announced it is removing black plastic from all of its own-brand food and drink packaging to make it more easily recyclable.
Toby Carvery has launched a delivery service for its roast dinners.
An Amazon ad for its Prime membership programme has been banned for misleading consumers with options encouraging them to opt into the scheme.
Ads for fashion retailers Boohoo and Missguided have been banned, the first for asking customers to “send nudes” and the second for objectifying women.
Travel website Booking.com is continuing to mislead consumers with pressure-selling tactics despite a crackdown by the competition regulator, according to a watchdog.
Marks & Spencer is changing the name of its Porn Star Martini tinned drink following an upheld complaint that it would “open the floodgates” to other suggestively-titled cocktails.
Scottish spending on takeaways increased by 9% last year to cross the £1 billion mark, according to new figures.
Ryanair is facing enforcement action by the airline regulator over its refusal to compensate passengers for flight disruption caused by staff taking strike action.
Mobile phone bills for customers living near the border in Northern Ireland could spike after Brexit, the Government has warned.
Mobile phone companies have been urged not to introduce roaming charges on customers if Britain crashes out of the European Union.
Hollywood star Michael Sheen has said working with people struggling on low incomes has been literally “life-changing”.
Footwear firm Clarks has sparked a sexism row after naming a girls’ shoe range Dolly Babe and a boys’ line Leader.
Concerning levels of faecal bacteria were present in ice at three major high street coffee chains, according to an investigation.
Cheese comes from plants, tomatoes grow underground and fish fingers are made of chicken – at least that is according to many of the nation’s youngsters.
Broadband customers are paying a penalty for their loyalty, with providers increasing bills by more than £100 a year when initial deals end, Citizens Advice has warned.
Asda has been named the cheapest supermarket of 2016 among the major UK grocers by a consumer group.
Here are some examples of last year's Black Friday discounts as tracked by Which?
Black Friday shoppers have been warned to "do your research" after a watchdog found half of last year's so-called deals were cheaper in the months before and after the event.
#Marmitegate is gripping the nation, after a pricing row between one of the world’s largest consumer goods manufacturers and Tesco has left the supermarket low on household items – including, yep, Marmite.