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    MSE News: Flood-risk homes to be helped by insurance cap
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    • 27th Jun 13, 3:48 PM
    MSE News: Flood-risk homes to be helped by insurance cap 27th Jun 13 at 3:48 PM
    "A deal has been agreed with insurers to allow households at risk of flooding to get affordable insurance..."

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