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Polly has been hearing the tale behind the headlines over theindustry's reported refusal to give 'our boys' life cover should they endup going to war in the Gulf.

It seems that the national media got hold of the wrong end of the stickwhen members of the armed forces got in touch with them. The pieces thatappeared intimated that soldiers were told that, if they were killedduring the conflict, their families would not receive any benefits fromtheir existing life assurance policies.

However, that

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