An excellent example of why I don’t subscribe to main stream media any more.
By Paul Homewood
Yet another bit of virtue signalling, this time from the CEO of Lloyd’s of London, Inga Beale:
The Telegraph have been getting shirty about me copying their articles (particularly any that criticise Jillian Ambrose it seems!).
So you will have to make do with my highlights.
She starts with two howlers:
As communities around the world pick themselves up after a string of devastating storms, floods and weather shocks, we are reminded about the impact of climate change.
The Lloyd’s market has paid almost $2bn (£1.5bn) in claims for natural catastrophes so far this year. It could turn out to be one of the costliest years on record for natural disasters, a fact that will no doubt reinforce determination to tackle this growing problem. We know that the frequency and cost of natural disasters continues to rise, with direct losses over the past decade estimated at…
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