Church arson.

Time was when desperate people went to churches seeking refuge. Nowadays they burn them down. Arso...

What the papers say.

THE OBSERVER The makers of the game show that is set to offer the biggest cash price in UK TV his...

Damage limitation.

That's what the uninsured loss recovery market is currently involved in. Ruth Addicott examines what companies are doing to halt falling premiums and standards and ride the 'cowboys' out of town.

Going up down under.

The market down under is pretty buoyant on the back of next month's flotation of Australia's biggest...

Brand new brandings.

Supermarkets battling for a larger slice of the motor, travel and property insurance markets can tak...

Final of Preece Cup.

Record breaking rugby team Guardian Royal Exchange lifted the insurance industry's Preece Cup for an...

Mexican crimewave.

Crime in the capital Mexico City has forced hoteliers into providing insurance against theft, muggin...

Stars of the screen.

High street brokers will now find it easier to compete in the motor market by having access to rates...

Anatomy of a fraud operation.

It was a claim too far when a gang of fraudsters tried to con insurers out of #38 000. An initial enquiry soon ballooned into a full-scale investigation that ended in the courtroom. Robert Wintrip reports.

What the papers say.

THE SUN Follically challenged Stuart Mercer picked up a £950 payout after a cruise ship officer e...

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