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Liz Edwards

Liz Edwards


Liz Edwards has been a consumer writer and editor for more than 20 years. She led award-winning teams at the campaigning publisher Which?, and has covered a range of consumer rights and personal finance topics including pensions, credit, banking and insurance. Liz has appeared frequently in national media such as The Sun, Metro, HuffPost and The Independent. She loves to cut through waffle to give consumers the real lowdown. And she loves puns.


  • Consumer rights and protection
  • Saving money
  • Buy now, pay later
  • Insurance
  • Consumer trends


  • Quoted multiple times in national media
  • Interviewed on national radio and TV
  • Led and managed many award-winning editors and teams
  • Launched new reviews topics, methodologies and awards schemes
  • Launched industry reports series
  • Successfully campaigned for better consumer protection and information


  • MA Classics | Oxford University
  • Postgraduate diploma in journalism | Cardiff University

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Industry insights from Liz Edwards

We asked Liz about the changes happening in buy now, pay later services

Long-awaited government plans to regulate buy now, pay later (BNPL) services finally appeared in 2023. This is good news for the many consumers using BNPL who haven’t realised that it's a form of credit, or that if they miss a payment, there are consequences which can, with some services, ultimately include debt collection. When we investigated the sector, we encountered a confusing lottery - some services said that the user’s credit score could be affected, others said it wouldn’t be, some sites contradicted themselves. Getting basic information was hard work. One provider refused to tell us its last resort for missed payments. It’s no wonder consumers are confused. It’s definitely time to give everyone the right information upfront so they know what they’re getting into.

Latest articles by Liz Edwards

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Bitcoin hits new all-time high above $69,000

The leading cryptocurrency has set a new all time high above $69,000. Here's what this means and why it's happened.

Liz Edwards 5 March 2024
Bitcoin hits new all-time high above $69,000
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