Top three crash for cash hotspots maintain position in Q2

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For the sixth consecutive quarter, Birmingham remained in hotspot number one. Sheffield and Manchester also maintained their positions at second and third respectively.

South east London jumped by eight places to make it into the top 10 while Brighton rose by nine to come in 16th place and Portsmouth came in at 20 after climbing 11 places from the first quarter of 2011.

The IFB said it used its software to analyse 128 million insurance records in order to identify and produce the league table of

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