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Home insurance: Save money with our insider's top tips

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We spoke to an anonymous claims handler to bring you the inside scoop on how insurers operate and the common mistakes home insurance policy holders make.

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Insurance fears for homes in flood-risk area

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Homeowners in flood-risk areas could find they are unable to get insurance for their properties unless a new agreement is reached in the next few weeks.

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Sock drawer Brits' top hiding place

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The sock drawer is the top hiding place for valuables at home, according to new research by Confused.com. But is your safe place a safe bet for thieves?

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Blog: Would you park in a disabled bay?

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Would you park in a disabled bay when you have no right? Motoring writer Maria McCarthy explains why selfish parking of this sort gets her goat.

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Seven travel booking traps to avoid

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The OFT has issued a warning about misleading practices holiday companies use to trick travellers into spending more cash. Money journalist Neil Faulkner highlights the traps to look out for.

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Why wouldn’t you take out travel insurance?

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More and more holidaymakers are failing to take out travel insurance. But why wouldn’t someone take out cover?

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Blog: Should traffic wardens be more lenient?

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MP Eric Pickles has called for traffic wardens to be more lenient. But is this a genuine proposal or party propaganda, asks motor lawyer Jeanette Miller.

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Are you a victim of Britain's growing pothole menace?

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The state of Britain's roads is deteriorating and increasing numbers of vehicles are suffering damage from hitting potholes, according to a new report.

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Europe wants new limits on compensation for flight delays

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The European Commission has announced changes to air passenger rights which could make it harder to claim compensation for delays.

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Are you an 'honest' insurance fraudster?

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The typical insurance fraudster is aged 31 to 50, has never made a false claim before, and is likely to be claiming for £500 or less for damage to a computer, television or mobile phone, according to new research.

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