People who have bought homes built on flood plains since 2009 could find themselves stranded without the option of property insurance, a Tonight investigation has revealed.
Aiden Kerr of the Association of British Insurers defends the industry saying that it is important not to incentivise the building of more properties on floodplains:
This is an excerpt from the Tonight programme 'Caught In The Storm' which is on ITV at 7:30pm
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