Archive: Insurance

Margaret Hodge branded the Treasury's failure to pay out to policyholders "completely unacceptable" and accused it of "failing to learn the lessons of the previous government".

Equitable Life: 200k set to be let down by the Treasury

Over 200,000 Equitable Life policyholders may never receive any compensation payments from the coalition because of Treasury incompetence, MPs have warned.

Opinion Former Articles

  • Cost of home insurance continues to fall

    The cost of home insurance has continued to fall for the first quarter of 2015 with an average combined building and contents policy now costing 79 pence a day - less than the price of a takeaway coffee – the Association of British Insurers (ABI) said today.

  • Insurers expose £3.6m of insurance frauds every day

    You could not make it up, but they did. Savings for honest customers as insurers expose £ 3.6 million worth of insurance frauds every day.

  • ABI publishes 'UK Insurance Key Facts 2014

    Insurers paying out in excess of £450 million every day to UK customers – ABI publishes ‘UK Insurance Key Facts 2014’.

  • Survey reveals new concerns about flooding insurance

    Insurance brokers are highlighting what they see as potential market failure for some groups of home-owners and small businesses following their exclusion from the Flood Re model that will be introduced following the enactment of the Water Bill last week.

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