Week in Post: Darts, brokers and wooden spoons

Darts scattered around a target

Specifically, how badly our award-winning journalists failed at the traditional pub game, with at least one of us winning a wooden spoon for having the lowest score. In insurance news, we've seen profitability return to Zurich's UK GI business, and RSA shed an £834m legacy book. Elsewhere, we saw Ageas close its over-50s broker Castle Cover, with experts warning it could be another death knell for mass-market brokers. Ageas was forced to close its Kwik Fit Uddingston site recently, and the