Posted on August 21, 2018 // Written by Steve

Q: I own a 950-year lease of a maisonette in Covent Garden. The ground landlord pays for insurance, which includes material damage and terrorism insurance. The ground landlord says terrorism cover is obligatory and that it has a right to charge for it. Is the terrorism insurance charge justified? [Read More]

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Posted on August 21, 2018 // Written by Steve

Your premium may rise if you fit a wood burner ABOUT 200,000 wood-burning stoves were installed in British homes last year, and the number has more than doubled in just five years. But do insurers love them as much as their customers do? Sadly not. [Read More]

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The financial watchdog may launch an investigation into how insurers use social media sites such as Facebook to gather data on customers. [Read More]

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Posted on August 21, 2018 // Written by Steve

INSURERS that trawl sites such as Facebook and Twitter to “snoop” on customers could face a crackdown by the City watchdog. [Read More]

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Posted on August 21, 2018 // Written by Steve

A PET is for life — not just for Christmas. The slogan was coined almost 40 years ago by the founder of Dogs Trust, a British charity, to discourage parents from buying pets for their children over the festive season. Those who refuse to heed this advice run the risk, not just of their offspring l [Read More]

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