Definition of 'consumer watchdog'
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Tests by the consumer watchdog Which? Times, Sunday Times (2016)The consumer watchdog said three in four do not think banks do enough to help savers get a good deal. The Sun (2015)But consumer watchdogs blasted the increases. The Sun (2007)Now consumer watchdogs say it's time for homeowners to fight back. The Sun (2012)The survey by consumer watchdog Which? The Sun (2008)An investigation by consumer watchdog Which? The Sun (2012)A poll by the consumer watchdog Which? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Which, the consumer watchdog, also advises using the small claims court as a last resort. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Mr Money has teamed up with consumer watchdogs Which? The Sun (2016)Holiday, the consumer watchdog, said that she is not sure that either organisation is being tough enough. Times, Sunday Times (2010)TO the dismay and disbelief of drivers, consumer watchdogs insist there is no price-fixing racket at the pumps. The Sun (2013)
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