Ebb tide for flood insurance agreement

The complex, politically charged problems climate change will pose to insurance providers and consumers are illustrated by an existing but doomed agreement between the industry and government on flood insurance

Residents near Stroud, Gloucestershire, bale out water during a 2008 flood: 5.2 million homes in England are at risk of flooding (photo: Adrian Sherratt/Alamy)
Residents near Stroud, Gloucestershire, bale out water during a 2008 flood: 5.2 million homes in England are at risk of flooding (photo: Adrian Sherratt/Alamy)

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