Labour outlines plan to make car insurance prices plummet

Louise Haigh

Labour has pledged to hand cash to councils to repair up to a million potholes a year in England and announced it will make the regulator crack down on the causes of soaring motor insurance prices.

Ahead of the publication of its Manifesto tomorrow (13 June), Keir Starmer’s political party stated it would give “multi-year funding settlements to local leaders” to fix broken roads, seeking to end

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