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  • Are the UK’s cats and dogs being spoilt rotten?

    The UK is a nation of animal lovers, but is our increasing tendency to treat our furry friends as members of the family having unintended consequences?

    Are the UK’s cats and dogs being spoilt rotten?
  • 2017 first half good news

    2017 first half good news
  • How much does it cost to run a home?

    Whether you’re a private tenant or homeowner, rent and mortgage payments are a major monthly outgoing. And that's before you add in your home's running costs. But who is better off?

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    How much does it cost to run a home?
  • Working to make our roads safer

    To help young drivers stay safe, MORE Th>n has launched SM>RT WHEELS, a car insurance product using telematics, aimed specifically at 17-24 year olds

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    Working to make our roads safer
  • Louis Smith fronts fitness video for dogs and owners

    Olympic medal-winning gymnast Louis Smith has swapped the pommel horse for man’s best friend as he fronts the first ever celebrity fitness video for man and dog.

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    Louis Smith fronts fitness video for dogs and owners
  • Partnering with Trees for Cities

    RSA is a large business. We write business in around 140 countries, so it is no surprise that we consume an awful lot of paper. 1,733 tonnes each year to be precise - accounting for 2.5% of our group carbon footprint.

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    Partnering with Trees for Cities
  • Driving under the influence: it’s not worth the risk

    In the UK, one in four young drivers (23%) are involved in an accident within two years of passing their test. This year, during October's Road Safety week, our Corporate Responsibility Team teamed up with MORE TH>N to run various campaigns to help young drivers stay safe on the road

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    Driving under the influence: it’s not worth the risk