The prime minister will lay out today the government's plans to curb the rising cost of living,amid deepening concerns over rising premiums.
With Defra offering no care and no responsibility on the dangers of flooding, who will pick up the pieces when reality hits?
The public accounts committee's chair Margaret Hodge explains the thinking behind its report on flood management:
The Association of British Insurers' director-general Otto Thoresen outlines the industry's problems with regard to flooding risk:
Nick Starling, director of general insurance at the Association of British Insurers, comments on the transport committee's report on the cost of motor insurance:
Shadow transport minister John Woodcock comments on the transport committee's report on the cost of motor insurance:
Transport committee chair Louise Ellman outlines her committee's findings on motor insurance:
The coalition has moved to address growing insurance costs by banning referral fees in personal injury cases.