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Government’s unfulfilled 2013 flood insurance promise – but some action in Birmingham & Solihull

The Rivers Cole and Blythe in and around Solihull are ‘threatening to burst their banks’ according to the Birmingham Mail. Solihull Lodge was said to be at risk as the Cole rose to more than half a metre above its usual level on Sunday morning. 16 more words

NEWS ➤ Let’s get ‘Driver-Ed’ onto the Curriculum

➤ Campaign urges Government to put driving on the curriculum.
➤ Competition for schools to win free ‘Young Driver at School’ lessons. 546 more words

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Warning over sharing holiday details on social media

By Phil Davies

Insurance against burglary could be jeopardised if holidaymakers share details of their trips on social media.

The Financial Ombudsman Service warned that comments on Twitter and Facebook, locations check-ins on Foursquare and selfies uploaded onto Instagram can all being used by burglars to target empty properties. 138 more words

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Guide to flooding and what to expect from your insurer

17 July 2013

A new (to us, but published July 2012) guide, from the Association of British Insurers (ABI), to flooding and what to expect from your insurer: ‘Responding to Major Floods’ is in our Library.

Publications

Asbestos research e-petition hits 2500

The e-petition calling on the government to fund research into asbestos related diseases has reached 2500 signatures. There is still plenty of time for the petition so please do add your signature. 289 more words

Government could do more

Government has shown a lack of leadership in dealing with rioters and their impact on business

By Michelle Perry | Published 12:24, 12 August 11… 440 more words

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The ABI and insurance renewals: the key is in the clarity

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Hitting the headlines in July was the ABI, who urged the FCA to regulate on a minimum standard of information for the insurance industry, to provide to customers who were renewing their motor or home insurance policy. 690 more words

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