Households could end up paying an additional £68 a year on insurance as the cost of car, home, pet and private medical insurance cover will go up from November.
In a world where industries are lining up to convince graduates that they are the most advanced, the most innovative and, best of all, the most exciting, insurance — suited, booted and misunderstood — appears to be falling ever further behind.
Fianna Fail has promised to jail drivers who make false or exaggerated car insurance claims, in an attempt to cut rising premiums.
Hefty premiums can deter youngsters from getting on the road and costs are only likely to rise this year, but Emma Smith has some tips on how to ease the pain
Homeowners face a “three strikes and you’re out” policy under a government-backed scheme that is supposed to provide affordable insurance in flood-risk areas.