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Neil Down - Answered a Question by Thomas (13 Sep 07 19:02)

Both Lloyds/TSB and recently Halifax offer a good service iof you hold a platignum card with them, £15 and £10 per month will get you annual cover to the age of 80. The Post Office also have a good short term and annual one, but there are so many out there. Look in the Sunday Papers and on the Net also check Tele-text but always read them thoroughly before if possible or immediately after buying it so you can take up the cancellation clause if you need to. You will often get a good deal via your travel agent but try not to take the ones offered by the Cruise Lines as they are the most expensive. Hope that's helpful Neil Dow.

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Thompson - Answered a Question by Thomas (14 Sep 07 18:12)

Try flexicove.

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GATTY - Answered a Question by Thomas (14 Sep 07 19:50)

We got a good quote from Endsleigh for annual worldwide insurance - and my husband has some medical conditions, age 64. You could also check Money Supermarket or Travel Supermarket for insurance quotes.

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