Government launches six month flood insurance review

Cecilia Keating
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The review is the first of its type since 2008.
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The review is the first of its type since 2008.

Review will root out "systemic issues" in the provision of flood insurance in the UK, zeroing in on the Doncaster region that was most affected by catastrophic downpours in November.

An independent review of flood insurance promised by the government after the floods that impacted large swathes of northern England in late 2019 is now underway. Former Environment Secretary Theresa...

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