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2015/07/28 00:36
2015/07/28 00:36
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What's putting the brakes on driverless cars? - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your...
2015/07/28 00:36
2015/07/28 00:36
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2015/07/25 23:51
2015/07/25 23:51
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Worldly wise: The TRUTH behind holiday myths WORRIED about swimming after eating? Think you can’t burn in the shade? Michele O’Connor sifts out the facts from the holiday fiction... Wearing...
2015/07/24 11:56
2015/07/24 11:56
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GPs do not have to comply with requests from insurers to release patient medical records, even if a patient has given consent, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has ruled. Last year, the...
2015/07/23 08:05
2015/07/23 08:05
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Revealed: The streets in Norfolk and Suffolk where you pay the most for car insurance How much would it cost you to insure this car? A staggering postcode lottery for people insuring their cars in...
2015/07/21 10:51
2015/07/21 10:51
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REVEALED: The pension firms with rip-off fees cutting thousands of pounds off income RIP-OFF withdrawal fees could see pensioners losing thousands of pounds in retirement income, a report has...
2015/07/21 09:36
2015/07/21 09:36
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Insurance payments not clear enough, says regulator - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your...
2015/07/20 14:52
2015/07/20 14:52
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Beckton man faces jail for his part in £5.6milion ‘crash for cash’ scam Yousaf Haider, 44, from Beckton has been found guilty for his part in £5.6million "crash for cash" scam A Beckton man who was...
2015/07/18 07:09
2015/07/18 07:09
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Sheila Hancock's £1,400 premium hike made the headlines last month Despite a six-decade history of impeccable driving, the cost of Ms Hancock’s cover was increased from £873 a year to £2,246 by her...
2015/07/15 01:36
2015/07/15 01:36
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Pension changes 2015: Savers switch to income drawdown - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your...
2015/07/14 07:58
2015/07/14 07:58
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We hear a lot about black box recorders in aeroplanes, but we will also be hearing a lot more in the near future about these mysterious devices for our cars. Insurance companies are always looking at...
2015/07/13 12:51
2015/07/13 12:51
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BUSTED: The most blatant insurance scams uncovered by fraud police THE lengths insurance cheats go to in an effort to con money out of firms and raise the cost of premiums for the rest of us have...
2015/07/13 08:23
2015/07/13 08:23
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There has never been a riskier time to be an insurance cheat, according to the Association of British Insurers. A record investment of £200m across the industry has led to record detections with 350...
2015/07/09 23:45
2015/07/09 23:45
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British tourists told to get out of Tunisia British tourists are being advised to leave Tunisia amid fears of another terrorist attack. Picture: AFP/Getty Images All British nationals in Tunisia have...
2015/07/09 18:19
2015/07/09 18:19
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... — Britain will not use new European Union insurance rules to force the sector to top up on capital, but some companies will need a lengthy grace period to increase their safety buffers, the...
2015/07/08 19:09
2015/07/08 19:09
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The Association of British Insurers estimates that the new tax rate will add £9.48 to the average annual household insurance policy and £12.25 to the average annual comprehensive motor...
2015/07/08 18:47
2015/07/08 18:47
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The levy on general insurance products is currently 6 per cent and experts claimed the rise will be passed on to consumers. The Association of British Insurers estimates that the change – scheduled...
2015/07/08 14:50
2015/07/08 14:50
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LONDON Britain is putting a brake on plans for a secondary market in annuities to allow time to develop protection for consumers wishing to trade in their pensions, chancellor George Osborne said on...
2015/07/08 09:52
2015/07/08 09:52
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SAVERS taking advantage of their newfound pension freedoms have unwittingly handed the taxman a massive £700million windfall. George Osborne's reforms allow the over-55s to take their pension pot as...
2015/07/05 08:51
2015/07/05 08:51
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Why your age affects your insurance premiums Why do young drivers pay so much in insurance? Because the collisions they have cost more to fix, new data shows. A street wrapped in bubble wrap to...
2015/06/29 22:09
2015/06/29 22:09
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Greece is expected to default on a 1.6 billion euro loan from the IMF on Tuesday. The country’s left-wing Syriza is holding a referendum on the terms of the bailout deal on Sunday, which European...
2015/07/28 00:36
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