NEWPORT, Wales, December 15, 2011 - Whilst the majority of pet owners see their pet as a member of the family, 56% don't insure their much loved animal.

NEWPORT, Wales, November 25, 2011 - A rural retreat with close access to a corner shop, post office and pub is the nation's idea of the perfect home; according to

NEWPORT, Wales, October 31, 2011 - 14% of Men Would Sell Their Other Half for 100k Over a fifth (21%) of Brits currently in a relationship would sell their partner for 1 million or less, new research from comparison site has found.

NEWPORT, England, October 6, 2011 - New research from comparison site reveals that 1.5 million households may not have enough life cover to pay off their mortgage if either partner were to die.* The survey of 3,000 Brits highlighted the possibility that millions of people may well be leaving something sizeable for their loved ones if they were to die suddenly - a mortgage debt. Only a quarter of UK adults say they have sufficient financial protection and savings to clear the mortgage and other debts and to provide an income for their family and dependent relatives, in the event of their death. Seventeen per cent of people surveyed admitted they were worried about the financial impact of their death on their family but, if they had an extra 10 a month to spend, the majority (65 per cent) would rather play the National Lottery than buy life insurance. The survey also revealed that cost (34 per cent) and apathy (25 per cent) are the main reasons people give for having insufficient cover, while nine per cent were unsure how to buy more cover. In addition, 1 in 10 thought that they had left it too late to arrange adequate cover.

NEWPORT, England, September 26, 2011 - As students prepare to go to university, comparison site has warned parents and young people to do their homework on insurance and study the small print.
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