Only packages and property owners posted declines. The last time there were so few fallers was as far back as the second quarter of 2013.
To start with the risers – tradesman increased by 1.8%. However, it was fleet, up by 1.6% comparing the third quarter of 2017 with 2016, which caused the biggest controversy.
David Williams, technical director at Axa Insurance, described it as a “glaring anomaly”.
“We are seeing much bigger increases than that,” Williams told Insurance Age. He flagged
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