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    A new scheme under trial could see learner drivers in areas without a test centre take practical car tests at local venues close to where they live.
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    The Rail Maritime and Transport (RMT) union has threatened national strikes over the recent review of railways by Sir Roy McNulty.

    The news comes following a report from the ex-Civil …

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    Petrol stations across the North East have slashed their prices after international oil costs decreased dramatically.

    Supermarkets like Tesco, Asda, and Morrisons around the Scunthorp…

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    Andy Murray is making the headlines, the Williams sisters have both had a tantrum, the ladies world number 1 is already out, and people all over the country have had to turn the volume on their TV’s down because of Mar…

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    Newly commissioned research has revealed that British drivers feel better informed when purchasing their car or van insurance online.

    The survey, held by Gocompare.com has yielded some interesting results.

    The research h…
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    The planned tube strikes for next week which could have affected Wimbledon have been cancelled. Arwyn Thomas, the driver who the strikes centred around, has been reinstated following an employment tribunal.

    The tribunal ruled that Thomas…

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    Two thirds of the UK’s motorists are being forced to reduce the amount of car journeys they make due to the rising price in fuel said a recent report.

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    Aviva have agreed to sell their stake in the RAC for £1billion to U.S based Carlyle Group.  The move is another step in a continuing effort to streamline Aviva’s business products and enable them to concentrate solely on insura…

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    It’s not been a great few months for motorists. Soaring petrol prices and rising insurance premiums have made driving a very costly activity, making it almost unaffordable for many.

    There is more bad news unfortunately, for women especi…

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    As the cost of motoring continues to soar, with petrol and insurance prices on the up; motoring has become a heavy financial burden for UK drivers.

    New car sales have especially taken a hit in recent months.  The SIS scheme, which provid…

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    As the cost of petrol continues to climb quicker than Sir Edmund Hillary, so does that of car insurance, with premiums set to rise to record highs this year.

    Insurers blame the projec…

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    Brokers may be facing a reduction in the commissions they receive from insurers following a call for reviews.

    Allianz and AXA are looking to review commission payments although RSA has decided to not show its hand yet and taken a ‘wait a…

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    Research by analysts Defaqto has revealed that excesses on insurance policies have continually increased since 2008.

    The independent financial research company studied the excesses ch…

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    The first of a series of London Underground Tube strikes began yesterday, just days before Wimbledon starts, with even more strikes planned for the coming weeks.

    Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union (RMT) began the strikes b…

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    Ten years ago, the well renowned ‘Independent Insurance’ was the cream of the crop, the darling of the city, the big dogs. Then there followed a tumultuous journey which took them from the very top, to rock bottom, liquidation, a Serious Fraud Office investigation, and jailing of staff members being stops along the way. However the writing was on the wall; in 2001, even though they were ranked the UK’s 171st largest listed company, Independents share price fell from 400p to 81p, then trading c
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    After the success of Broker Expo 2010, Insurance Age has announced the launch of Broker Expo South - the sister event to Broker Expo, an exhibition held every year in Coventry.

    Last year, a record breaking 750 Insurance intermediaries …

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    Autonet is advising motorists that Insurers are working even harder on their relentless battle against insurance fraud. Fraudulent and dishonest claims are a major issue for insurers and insurance buyers, costing the insurance industry an estima…

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    Statistics from the police and the insurance industry has shown a big reduction in car theft over the past 20 years. 107,000 vehicles were stolen last year, compared to the 119,000 stolen in 2009, and the 143,000 in 2008. The annual figure of car th…